Saturday, August 13, 2011
I am honored to have a piece appearing in the newly-released charity anthology Kizuna: Fiction for Japan, which benefits orphans affected by the earthquakes and tsunami that hit Japan earlier this year.
Helmed by indie sci-fi author Brent Millis, aka Made in DNA, Kizuna collects flash fiction contributed by 75 authors from 11 different countries, including Japan, Italy, Spain, Singapore, New Zealand, Germany, France, America, the UK, Australia and Canada. The pieces represent a range of genres--horror, humor, science fiction, fantasy, absurdist, bizarro, and historical fiction--and are not specifically about the disaster. Most are new works exclusive to the anthology.
The ebook is available now from the Amazon Kindle Store for $9.99 (£7.00 UK) with 100% of the author royalties going to Smile Kids Japan to help orphans in the disaster-devastated areas of Miyagi, Iwate, and Fukushima. Please buy a copy and also help spread the word about this book.
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Even if you don't have a Kindle or don't like using the Kindle app for your smartphone or computer, the good news is that the ebook is DRM free, which means it's easy to convert to ePub or your format of choice through programs like Calibre.
A paperback copy will also be available soon. For more information, visit the official site: http://tsunamianthologyinfo.tumblr.com/
UPDATE: Kizuna now available in paperback at Amazon