From the Editors
Welcome back to Every Day Fiction for yet another month of fine literature. Word is slowly getting out there about this venture, and there have been EDF sightings all over the web. As our reputation for printing top quality fiction grows, we’re seeing better and better stories, and that means more excitement, more drama, and best of all, more fine fiction!
This November, EDF will be welcoming back some familiar faces, including Sarah Hilary, Ed Morawski, and Jeanne Holtzman, but we also have some absolutely stand-out fiction from EDF newcomers such as Michael Ehart and Hal Houser. November is also a time for remembering the sacrfices made by our veterans, and as a tribute to them, EDF will be running a special set of four stories around Remembrance Day (Veterans Day in the USA) from November 9th to 12th. We will also be featuring an interview on November 15th with October’s most-read author.
If you’d like to discuss your favourite stories of October, we’ve started a thread in our forums where you can share your opinions.
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November’s Table of Contents