Check out this awesome anthology I participated in for a first look at my story, “What Remains” which will be coming here as an extended cut sometime in the coming months, along with its continuation!
TSP Special: Wanderlust (A Travel Anthology)
Right click or control click and choose “save as” to save a copy to your computer. You can also simply click to read it online. The table of contents is linked to all the stories and art for easy navigation.
Whether it’s stepping around a corner, crossing an ocean or travelling to another dimension, we’re always looking for that next horizon to conquer, which is what inspired T.Spoon to write Wanderlust. Behind this cover lies a collection of short, long and epically long stories that explore what it means to step outside your comfort zone, to leave behind everything you know to explore the unknown, or to find that one place where you belong. In this anthology you’ll meet time travellers and illegal aliens, covert operatives and magic knights, inadvertent superheroes and intrepid porn actors.
ABOUT T. SPOON
As with previous anthologies, T. Spoon is made up of a bucket load of talented authors and artists. So a tremendous thank you to, in no particular order, BlueGhostGhost, Berthablue, Ais, Ania, Jaolynn, Voidmancer, G, Zeffy, ManicDak, Parker, Medeni, Coz, Dusk Peterson, Plumblossom .
Special thanks to Ania, Potatoe and Zeffy. Ania, Potatoe, and Zeff for editing their way through the tsunami of words and plot. And an extra bit of thanks to Zeff for her organization skills and for literally drawing tags out of a hat.
Finally, this anthology is dedicated to the comm. You guys are all absolutely amazing and brilliant and wonderful. Thank you for making the community what it is.
Warnings:copious amounts of plot, happily ever afters, not so happily ever after, angst/fluff/snark
Rating: From Everyone all the way to Mature
Length: ~100k overall (YEAH, we know, we’re kind of appalled and amazed too)
Note: If you wonder why it sometimes seems like the writer just threw together random plot points, that’s because they did. For this anth, we randomly picked out four of TSP’s story +tags for the authors (and two for artists) and said, “make a coherent plot out of this.” And somehow they did. It’s kind of magical.