The Apex Book of World SF
Lavie Tidhar has just published the TOC of The Apex Book of World SF, which he edits. My own contribution is a story named Cinderers (original Hebrew title: ‘Ramtzanim’), which was published both in Dreams in Aspamia magazine and in my own story collection, One Hell of a Writer.
The book will be published later this year. Meanwhile, here’s the TOC:
S.P. Somtow, The Bird Catcher, Thailand, Museum of Horrors anthology Jetse de Vries, Transcendence Express, The Netherlands, Hub Guy Hasson, The Levantine Experiments, Israel Han Song, The Wheel of Samsara, China Kaaron Warren, Ghost Jail, Australia/Fiji, 2012 Anthology Yang Ping, Wizard World, China Dean Francis Alfar, L’Aquilone du Estrellas (The Kite of Stars), Philippines, Strange Horizons Nir Yaniv, Cinderers, Israel Jamil Nasir, The Allah Stairs, Palestine, Tales of the Unanticipated Tunku Halim, Biggest Baddest Bomoh, Malaysia, The Rape of Martha Teoh and Other Chilling Stories Aliette de Bodard, The Lost Xuyan Bride, France, Interzone Kristin Mandigma, Excerpt from a Letter by a Social-realist Aswang, Philippines, Clarkesworld Aleksandar Žiljak, An Evening In The City Coffehouse, With Lydia On My Mind, Croatia Anil Menon, Into the Night, India, Interzone Mélanie Fazi, Elegy, France, F&SF (translated by Christopher Priest) Zoran Živković, Compartments, Serbia, Postscripts (translated by Alice Copple-Tošić)
Oh, and you can read what Lavie has to say about it here.