My first published short story, “The Apparition of These Faces,” found a home in Radix Media’s anthology AFTERMATH: Explorations of Loss & Grief. The anthology is a big “first” for Radix Media as well, because it is the first book of their new publishing program. In addition to publishing books, Radix Media is also “New York City’s only worker-owned union print shop” (that’s the tagline on their website), so they’re doing a few cool things at once.
And here’s the poem I cribbed the title of my story from. Ezra Pound wrote it. It’s very short.