Short stories published in print by a small number of American publishers are gaining new traction in digital publishing.
But they are not cheap.
A new short story anthology, called Holiday House Publishers, aims to address that gap.
The anthology was published by The Wall St. Journal and includes more than 250 stories by authors such as Robert Crumb, John Scalzi, and Stephen King.
But the anthology does not aim to be a one-stop shop for all the best short stories.
Instead, it focuses on the best stories from a particular genre.
Among the stories included in the anthology are some of the best works of modern American fiction, including the short story “The Girl Who Played with Fire,” a story from The Great Gatsby, and a short story about a child and his dog from The Twilight Zone.
The collection, titled Holiday House, includes stories from writers such as Neil Gaiman, Michael Chabon, John Green, and Robert Anton Wilson.
The story “Tombstone,” published in the book The Man Who Wasn’t There, is also a favorite of author Jeff VanderMeer, who has been collecting short stories for the last decade.
“I think the story ‘Tombstoner’ is an amazing piece of short fiction,” VanderMeers told The Wall Star.
“The thing about it is that it’s a very funny and touching story, but also has the kind of emotional and political undercurrents of its time that are still important to people who grew up in those times.
The ending is something I was particularly drawn to.
It has a very dark and twisted ending, but the message is not really lost on me.”
The anthology has some high-profile names among the contributors.
Neil G. Jorgensen, the author of the popular novel The Secret Garden, is a member of the anthology’s executive committee.
His story, “A Boy in a Garden,” is one of the most popular stories in the collection, which is set in the 1940s, and is the first book in the series.
“When I was younger, I was always fascinated by stories that had a dark and sinister undercurrent to them,” Jorgens said.
“And now I feel like I’m in a position where I can share that with other people.”