Best of Every Day Fiction Three List Released

They’ve published the list of stories chosen for The Best of Every Day Fiction Three.  Here are those you’ll find in the table of contents sometime later this year when the book is released.

HIDDEN SHALLOWS • by Jonathan Pinnock
BURIAL OF THE BELLS • by Sarah Hilary
A FRIGGIN’ STAR • by Joel Willans
THE WALL • by Ben Loory
UNDER MY SKIN • by Melody Beacham
IN THE CARDS • by Lori Simeunovic
HOW TO BURN A HOUSE • by Aaron Polson
SO LUCKY • by Cathryn Grant
CANTICLES • by K.C. Ball
GROWN FROM MAN TO DRAGON • by Megan Arkenberg
TRAJECTORY • by Mickey Mills
INVISIBLE MEND • by Sarah Hilary
BEAUTY SLEEPING • by C.L. Holland
WHEN MOM’S SICK • by Kendra C. Highley
THE HAIRCUT • by Sharon E. Trotter
DUMPING THE DEAD • by Barbara A. Barnett
WITH THE BAND • by Alexander Burns
FAITH • by Aaron Polson
YOUR OWN PERSONAL GENIE • by Grá Linnaea
EL MYSTERA DEL TEMPO • by Brian Dolton
TEARS OF THE ANDROID • by JR Hume
INVASION • by Laura McHale Holland
THE MAPLE LEAF MANEUVER • by K.C. Ball
HOW THE HUMAN GOT HIS FREE WILL • by Deven D Atkinson
DEADACHE • by Deborah Winter-Blood
MUTILATION • by Michelle Klein
WATER’S EDGE • by Sarah Hilary
FLASH FLOOD • by Gay Degani
EF 5 • by J.C. Towler
WHEELCHAIR MEMORIES • by Laura T Praderio Lynn
SAFE IN SPARROW • by Sylvia Hiven
FIRE ON FALCON ROAD • by Mickey Mills
FOREVER IS A LOCKED DOOR • by Tanya Byrne
TRUCE • by A P Charman
THE DEATH METER • by Debbie Cowens
FIREWORD • by Deborah Winter-Blood
FODDER • by Paul Graham
HALF • by Fred Warren
DIFFERENCES • by JR Hume
AN INCIDENT AT GOLDEN GATE BRIDGE • by Townsend Walker
BAD SMILE • by J.C. Towler
DANCING SNOWFLAKES • by Stef Hall
DEAD WEIGHT • by Matt Cowens
THE SMALL PRINT • by Krystyna Smallman
BLOSSOMS WEEP, SPIDERS FALL • by A.R. Williams
LOVE AT THE MALL • by Evonne Gayle
THE DESTINY OF ARCHER DEFT • by Douglas Campbell
SHE’S A BITER • by Stephanie Kincaid
THE MIRACLE OF ST. JOHN • by Deborah Winter-Blood
ONLY AT THE END OF THE ROAD • by Jacky Taylor
STAGES OF GRIEF • by Tara Gilboy
SOGGY SANDY • by Gay Degani
PATRICK’S DAY • by J.C. Towler
CHANGEOVER DAY • by Dan Purdue
WHAT NAME DO I GIVE HER? • by Kevin Shamel
BILLY BOY • by Aaron Polson
RIPPLES • by Jennifer Campbell-Hicks
THE ORANGERY • by Christopher Allen
THE NEWLY DEAD OF WINTER • by Mickey Mills
COMPUTER EDUCATION • by John Wiswell
SPEED TRAP • by Patrick Perkins
DOUR CUTLER • by J.C. Towler
COVERED DISH SUPPER • by Jan Melara
TRYST • by Stacey Py Flynn
CHOCOLATE MILK • by Ladonna A. Watkins
SECRETS • by Fadzlishah Johanabas
STAMPEDE • by Deborah Winter-Blood
A MESSAGE FOR ME • by Zena Greene
MULTIPLICITY • by Robert Swartwood
HOLLOW JAKE • by Douglas Campbell
COG-WORK CAT • by Joyce Chng
WHAT IS LEFT • by Ariane Synovitz
FRESH IDEAS • by John P. McCann
MARY, MARY, QUITE CONTRARY • by T E Byrne
SNOWMAN • by Shaun Simon
CYCLES • by Stephen V. Ramey
THE FESTERING WOUND • by Cathryn Grant
THE BOY AND THE BROKEN BIRD • by Gavin Broom
DAVID YOUNG SAT ON THE ARMREST • by steven woods
TEHUELCHE • by Gustavo Bondoni
THE NOSE ON MY FACE • by Mary J. Daley
BRUSH STROKES • by Ruth Schiffmann
RENEWAL • by Wayne Scheer
THE VOTE • by Erin M. Kinch
TURN ABOUT • by Oonah V Joslin
WHY NOT ME? • by Kathee Jantzi
THE DANCE FLOOR • by Kyle Hemmings
DISAPPEARING GIRL • by Peter Tupper
FALLEN • by Amber Foster
THE COLOUR OF CRITICISM • by Jonathan Pinnock
PRECIPITATION • by Steven Saus
SEEDS • by Kit Lamont
CAPTAIN QUASAR AND THE “IF ONLY” ELIXIR OF OPSANUS TAU PRIME • by Milo James Fowler
FORGET, TO LIVE • by Ben Langdon
DOLL PARTS • by Shane Oshetski
PEOPLE NEED TO KNOW • by Bernard S. Jansen
THE SHOCK OF COLD WATER • by Douglas Campbell
THE INVISIBLE SWORD OF PATTERSON MITCHELL • by Robert J. Santa
THE OLD MAN DOWN THE ROAD • by Nicholas Ozment
GOING THROUGH THE MOTIONS • by Erin Ryan

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