I'm in this one, now available!
And I'm thrilled to, at last, have a story accepted by the esteemed Neil Clarke of the award-winning Clarkesworld magazine.
To see a story of mine appear among the likes of Elizabeth Bear, Ken Liu, Charles Stross, Rachel Swirsky, Ian MacDonald, Catherynne M. Valente, Alistair Reynolds, Cory Doctorow, Lavie Tidhar, and some (super-talented) bloke named Martin L. Shoemaker, and others... I nearly plotzed!
This book may be the first collection I'm in to actually land on bookstore shelves and has resulted in my first mention (don't blink, you'll miss it) on Publisher's Weekly:
This little tale (okay, not so little at 11,000 words) made one reviewer's top seven favorites out of the twenty-seven tales in this mega-volume:
AND THE ENDS OF THE EARTH FOR THY POSSESSION by Robert B. Finegold M.D. This novella is built on the premise of an alternate post-WWII world, and a New Europe; it is a very intriguing world. Rabbi Albert Makal and Officer Danel make a compelling pair. Danel is an automaton and I loved how he evaluated his status in the universe with faultless logic. This is a very well-written story, in spite of the haphazard French, which I hope will be corrected upon final editing. I really liked this one. --Monique Daouest, FreshFiction.com
My luck to be reviewed by a Master of Linquistics fluent in French. :)
I knew I should have studied harder those five years in French class - over forty years ago!