Guardians, A Fox Pockets anthologyI’m pleased to announce the publication of Arabesque,  a weird flash fiction piece, in Fox Spirit Books’ latest anthology, Guardians.

Here’s a little teaser from the opening lines:


.     Hey man, you in there Marty? Open up.

     Oh, it’s you. C’mon in Nigel. Parched, man. I’m parched. Woke up this aft with a phone number on this hand, bandages on this one. Pocket’s full of money. No idea where it came from. I need water. Close the door, man.


Guardians is the third volume in the Fox Pockets series. Many thanks to Adele Wearing for giving Arabesque such a fine home.

The book also includes stories from Colin Sinclair, Geraldine Clark-Hellery, Jack Hanson, Paul Starkey, Alec McQuay, Jonathan Ward, Christian D’Amico, Emma Teichman, Rahne Sinclair, Margrét Helgadóttir, James Fadely, Den Patrick, Alasdair Stuart, Catherine Hill, and Chloë Yates, with cover art by Sarah Anne Langton.

Each Fox Pocket has a specific theme, but the themes are deliberately loose and the series contains a broad selection of science fiction, weird, fantasy, horror, crime and more. It’s fun to see the many different interpretations from the authors featured in each volume.

Guardians is available now from Lulu and Amazon, along with the other volumes in the series.

About Chris

Chris Galvin is a Canadian writer, editor and photographer with one foot in Canada and the other in Viet Nam. She writes mostly about food, nature, and Viet Nam. Her essay Flood Season was a finalist for the 2012 Best of the Net prize, and Discovering Hến Rice in Central Việt Nam won third place (shared) and a Readers’ Choice Award in the 2015 I Must Be Off! Travel Essay Contest. Her writing and photographs have appeared in various anthologies and literary journals, including Descant, Asian Cha, PRISM International, Room, and others. She has written in Vietnamese and English for Vietnam Tourism Review/Kham Pha Du Lich Vietnam Magazine, Travellive, and Du Lich Giai Tri. Chris is currently wrapping up the final edits on a book of personal and food essays about living in Viet Nam. When not writing, Chris can usually be found in the garden, the kitchen, or the middle of a good book. Sometimes, all three practically at once.
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4 Responses to Arabesque

  1. Susi Lovell says:

    Congratulations! This looks very intriguing!

  2. Yay! Well done. Love this story.

  3. Chris says:

    Margrét, thanks! So glad you enjoyed “Arabesque”.

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