Proof: A 30th Street Anthology

Located in Boulder, Colorado, the well-established (and some say infamous) critique group of 30th Street Fiction decided to test their mettle by publishing an anthology of their members’ work. The result was Proof: A 30th Street Fiction Anthology, which boasts seven original stories based around the theme of “proof.” For this anthology, Kate not only contributed but also co-edited.

Welcome to 30th Street Fiction’s
Proof Anthology…

…where family secrets haunt the living, the dead walk, the human sacrifice might be you, and the proof is in the details. This collection of short indie fiction is unrestricted by genre or style and features a solid spread of speculative, historical, and mainstream contemporary fiction. The theme of proof, in all of its interpretations and boldfaced glory, weaves these diverse pieces together. So sit back, curl up, and brace yourself for this collection of stories. At 30th Street, fiction is often stranger, darker, or funnier than truth.

Contributions include:

  • JvL Bell: “The Traitor”
  • Caitlin Berve: “The Mortician’s Assistant”
  • Maggie Brydon: “Bring a She Goat”
  • Richard M. Hamp: “The Father, the Son, and a Glass of Holy Spirits”
  • Lezly Harrison: “What’s in a Name?”
  • Jessica Lavé: “Coyote Junction”
  • Ian K. Long: “Dead Air”

Proof: A 30th Street Anthology
is currently available for $9.99 paperback and $2.00 ebook via:

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