New York City–it’s home to 8 million people trying to make their way through the day–a crop of humanity seething with hopes and fears, dreams and nightmares. Autumn comes, and nine authors harvest nine tales from this unique setting and people. [Tweet this!] From stories of everyday life in an otherworldly light to nightmarish tales of human darkness, Urban Harvest has something for everyone. [Tweet this!]
Urban Harvest contains tales of the paranormal from Alex Shvartsman, Laurie Treacy, Donna Ansari, Tara Hill, Laura Wenham, Andrea Stanet, Don Corcoran, Saif Ansari, and Sean Sakamoto.
In keeping with the spirit of harvest, all proceeds from this anthology will go to support City Harvest, an organization that feeds
PYN: What inspired you to write this anthology?
Donna : Putting together an anthology has always been a dream of mine, one that I’m now very happy to say has come to fruition. To not only make it happen, but support a great cause along the way has been tremendously gratifying. All proceeds from the sale of this anthology will go to City Harvest, an organization that helps feed people at approximately 400 community programs in New York City. For more information about this amazing group, visit their website at: cityharvest.org.
My continuing gratitude also goes out to the wonderful authors in this anthology. It has been a tremendous pleasure working with each of you. Also, a big thank you goes to all the readers, without whom none of this would be possible. And lastly, I would like to thank New York City, for being the best place in the world to live.
About the Author
Donna Ansari is the author of the Vampire in the City urban fantasy series. She was born in New York City and has lived there for most of her life. Donna graduated from Pace University with a BA in Literature and Communications. Since then, she has been working as an editor, primarily in the field of medical education. Donna lives in Queens with her husband, son, and large black cat. She is not currently aware of any vampires in her neighborhood.