(The full list of stories is here, in case you want to check out the rest…)
If you are too lazy to click on the prizes, well, the top twenty (20!) entrants get a copy of the book and a T-shirt. But the top ten get one bottle from a wonderful selection of cognacs, whiskies, and wines. Jetse knows his hooch, so you definitely ant to enter. Go on!
By the way, if I showed you the story, that means you can’t play. Sorry Charles, Ben, Mike, and anyone else who suffered through an early draft.
(And I realize now I didn’t ever get around to writing the second half of my blog post about my summer holidays. I shall have to try do it before my winter holidays start.)
Anyway, Jetse’s been busy: there’s a magazine he’s set up online featuring this kind of story as well, here, and he’s about to launch a contest of some sort to promote the April release of Shine. You can check at the anthology’s blog on Monday (November 30th, I presume Netherlands time so if you’re in Korea, check on Tuesday!) for more about that.
Anyway, Jetse’s not announcing the table of contents (TOC) — because the contest (which involves what he describes somewhere as “scintillating prizes”!) involves the TOC implicitly. But I assure you, I’m in there somewhere.
If you’re a cruel, sick person, you can join in on the festivities too. Details here.
My entry? (Because, yes, I am cruel and sick.) Well, probably someone else has done one just like it — I’m sure by now dozens have — but just the same, I’m a fan of poetic justice, so it’s this one here.