Friday, April 22, 2011

MONK PUNK! Now Available


The Monk Punk anthology is now available here (and at a cheaper discount than amazon offers for now)

I don't have my copy quite yet, but am especially looking forward to the stories by the couple of authors I am familiar with-William Miekle, John R. Fultz, and Sean T.M. Stiennon. Did I mention my tale opens the anthology-yeah I like that.

Here is the final Monk Punk TOC in the order that the stories will appear:

Introduction by D. Harlan Wilson

Fistful of Tengu by David J. West

Don't Bite My Finger by Geoff Nelder

The Power of Gods by Sean T. M. Stiennon

The Key to Happiness by R.B. Payne

The Just One by William Meikle

Wonder and Glory by Adrian Chamberlin

The Liturgy of Hours by Dean M Drinkel

Brethren of Fire by Zach Black

The Second Coming by Joe Jablonski

Suitcase Nuke by Sean Monaghan

Capital Sins in a Dominican Monastery by Gayle Arrowood

Nasrudin: Desert Monk by Barry Rosenberg

The Last Monk by George Ivanoff

The Cult of Adam by Mark Iles

Snowfall by JC Andrijeski

Xenocyte: A Kiomarra Story by Caleb Heath

Vortex by Joshua Ramey-Renk

The Birth of God by Jeffrey Sorensen

Rannoch Abbey and the Night Visitor by Dave Fragments

Black Rose by Robert Harkess

Citipati by Suzanne Robb

The Path of Li Xi by A.J. French

Where the White Lotus Grows by John R. Fultz

7 comments:

Charles Gramlich said...

Congrats on scoring opening slot in this antho. Looks very good.

Angie said...

Congrats, David!

David J. West said...

Thanks Charles-I've got a few antho's coming up but this is a first time for opening slot.

Much appreciated Angie.

Anonymous said...

I want a story about dogs or bees or dogs with bees in their mouths and they bark they shoot bees at you.

David J. West said...

meh, its been done.

Roland D. Yeomans said...

What a great, fun surprise to find out your tale opens the anthology. I pray that the sales for the book go through the roof. Thanks for dropping by my blog and commenting.

I distinctly remember following your blog, but Blogger seems to have forgotten that! Have a great Easter, Roland

David J. West said...

Thanks Roland appreciated.