Short-Story Month, Day #14, Sharing the World.


By Jeff Baker

This one’s going to be short—This post is supposed to be about my favorite shared-world anthologies. I really haven’t read many of these! I’ve written a story for one but that was three years and three jobs ago, and I haven’t heard from them since! I do know that the first shared-world anthology (or at least group of stories) was “Mugby Junction,” set up by Charles Dickens for his magazine “All the Year ‘Round,” back in the 1800s. But, I do know that they are still going on, so I recommend seeking them out. (I’ll add a few to my growing TBR pile!)

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