A short story of mine called “Superglue & Coors Light” is included in the recently released A Six Pack of Stories: Short Stories To Be Read With a Beer in Hand, an anthology of beer-centric fiction.
I haven’t gotten my hands on a copy yet, but this looks to be fantastic. Twenty-four short stories, all of them somehow relating to beer in one way or another. Here’s the official description:
Beer is enjoyed for many reasons, from the good times we have drinking it, to its taste, to the innovative artwork that decorates it. Beer is not merely a combination of water, malt, yeast, and hops; it’s the fruit of the the human mind, where science, art, and industry meet. As such, it is a great incubator for stories. A Six Pack of Stories is your easy-to-carry container of creative literature that tells the tales of the world’s finest beverage. Here you will find humor, horror, historical fiction, and everything in between. The one thing they have in common: they all tell the story of beer and the things we do with it and because of it. All you have to do is open the book, open a beer, and enjoy.
It’s available now on Amazon and Createspace. You can buy the normal print edition or, if you’re a fancypants like my wife, you can get it on your Kindle. And of course, with the Giftmas season upon us, I am required by law to say this: It should make for a great gift for the beer-swilling reader in your life. Maybe even yourself.