I have been a bit absent as I have been dealing with a rather nasty case of the aching fingers, but I have some self-promotion to do. Today sees the official publication date of the anthology “Arcane II” edited by Nathan Shumate, which features my short story “Hurricane Drunk”. This is my first anthology publication and it took a rather winding road to get where it is. I’m happy. For more of the anthology, here is a the table of contents: Read More Arcane II (with my story “Hurricane Drunk”) Goes Live!
January 9 / Haralambi Markov / Promotional Work
I’m very happy to see that “The Tracks that Tower over Valleys”, my first ever sold short story, received a good review over at the British Fantasy Society site. Glen Mehn summarized it best here:
“Harry Markov’s “The Tracks that Tower over Valleys” takes us to a future Bulgaria which echoes Dickens’ age of uncertainty for the poor: The entire country has been turned into a theme park and the poor scratch out their living by trying to terrify tourists – until real terrorists step in.”
Read More “The Tracks that Tower over Valleys” reviewed at BFS