“Augustus Clementine was a less than ordinary roller skate.”
I’m pleased to announce that my short story, Augustus Clementine, will be in Resurrection House’s anthology XIII. To quote from the anthology’s call:
“Thirteen” is the first month of a new yearly cycle, wherein the old skins have been shed and the newborns are still learning to walk. “One” and “Three” make “Four,” which is the number of completion, of coming home, and of realizing the form that has been in process for some time. Nothing is true; everything is possible. And the more things change, the more they stay the same. The thirteenth Tarot card is Death, and he is the symbol of transformation and rebirth.”
I’ve never seen such a perfect call for one of my stories. It was as if the blurb was written for Augustus. Thank you Mark Teppo for choosing him.