My story "Letters to a Fungus" has been accepted into the Fungi anthology, by Innsmouth Free Press. The complete table of contents is over on their site. This is a good excuse to hug a mushroom.
I've been playing around with my Goodreads account recently. One task was clearing up my book list, as it was mangled due to being imported from LibraryThing. I've also got librarian status, and cleaned up the books I have fiction/poetry in. A lot of them lost cover images and data when Goodreads stopped using Amazon as a source.
Which leads on to the next musing. In the title of every author's page, they're listed as being the author of whatever work has the most ratings. All of my books so far are either single 'zine issues or best ofs from that market. But this year, I'm going to be in two themed anthologies, both from small presses with Lovecraftian names: Fungi (Innsmouth Free Press) and Fish (Dagan Books). They're both likely to beat my current top ratings, based on the ratings they have for previous anthologies. So the battle will be on! Which will win the ratings war and become my title book?
This is probably only a battle in my head... but I have to pass the time somehow. And Fungi versus Fish has a good ring to it.