Volume Nine of the Bardic Tales and Sage Advice collection features the winners of our annual writing competition, as well as selected works from some of the amazing authors we have had the pleasure of working with over the course of the previous year. This volume features works by Anna Cates, Deborah Cher, Craig Comer, Myke Edwards, KJ Hannah Greenberg, Hiroko Talbot, Kevin Wallis, and James Zahardis.
About the Author
Kevin Wallis is the author of the critically acclaimed short story collection Beneath the Surface of Things. One of the stories from the collection, The Taking of Michael McConnolly, was named an Honorable Mention in Ellen Datlow's Best Horror of the Year, Vol. 3.
Faithfully constructive in her epistemology, KJ Hannah Greenberg channels gelatinous monsters and two-headed wildebeests. Other of her Bards and Sages Publishing collections of fiction include: The Immediacy of Emotional Kerfuffles, and Don’t Pet the Sweaty Things.
Currently, Hannah serves as an Associate Editor at Bewildering Stories. Despite the fact that she eats oatmeal, runs with a hibernaculum of imaginary hedgehogs, watches dust bunnies breed beneath her sofa, and attempts to matchmake words like “balderdash” and “xylophone,” she refuses to learn to text or to use a digital watch.