Edited by Kevin J. Anderson: L. Ron Hubbard Presents Writers of the Future - The First 25 Years
I would be "1998" - contains an essay from me about why the contest was so meaningful and beneficial to me and others.
Amy Sterling Casil, edited by Dario Ciriello: Panverse Two
The second of Dario Ciriello's all-novella series. There's a reader review up and you'll definitely have to order this book, because I can tell that the "reviewer" didn't bother to read my story and appears to be doing a Harriet Klausner.
Amy Sterling Casil, edited by Kevin J. Anderson: Blood Lite II: Overbite
Edited by Kevin J. Anderson with featured authors Kelley Armstrong, R.A. Banks, Allison Brennan and Heather Graham - all members of the Horror Writers of America. Oh! It features Mr. Nocholson too. But I heard a rumor that my story was "editor's favorite" (and don't mean Kevin).
Algis Budrys: Hard Landing (Questar Science Fiction)
My adored A.J. - passed away June 9, 2008. This is my personal favorite book of his, and is the novel most recently published (1993). You will need to order a used copy of this small Warner paperback. It is of the highest literary quality. I am so grateful that I told him that in hard, solid writing - as soon as I'd read it.
Amy Sterling Casil: Imago (Alan Rodgers Books)
My first novel. Compared in reviews to "the best spirit of primo early Philip K. Dick" and "Amy writes like Ray Bradbury on real sci-fi."
Amy Sterling Casil: Without Absolution
My first collection - short fiction and poetry - from 1998 to 2000. Does not include "To Kiss the Star," but does include "Jonny Punkinhead." With introduction by James P. Blaylock.
Eliot Fintushel: Breakfast with the Ones You Love
Please, you must buy -- there is no alternative -- those who resist will become a different gender.