Anonymous Fame

Today’s oxymoron is brought to you by Nemonymous Nine: Cern Zoo, and the letter ‘Q’, why not? D.F. Lewis, editor of the Nemonymous, series is holding a contest in conjunction with the latest anonymous anthology. What’s in an name?  Immortality, of course! The individual who correctly matches the greatest number of authors to stories will have their name made famous, or infamous, in not one, not two, but all the stories in the next Nemonymous anthology. I really hope someone named Hortense Q. Whistlebottom wins. The contest runs until October 31, 2009.

Speaking of Cern Zoo, Matthew Fryer has a nice review of the anthology, designed to give readers a little taste of what the stories have in store. Does he mention my story? Did he like it? Wouldn’t you like to know.

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