My dark fantasy short story "Vengeance of the Alpe", originally published in the All Souls' Night 2010 issue of Hungur, is now available for inclusion in custom-built anthologies created through the Anthology Builder site. The story would probably work in either a fantasy anthology or a horror anthology, since it contains both fantasy and horror elements. It would certainly work in a wizard-themed anthology, or a vampire-themed anthology, or a shape-shifter-themed anthology, or an evil dwarf-themed anthology, or even an anthology of stories about the darker side of fairy lore (the alpe are often included amongst the ranks of fairy beings).
Yeah, I covered a lot of bases in that particular story. I like to cross genre boundaries, when I can.
On the Anthology Builder site, I'm calling "Vengeance of the Alpe" primarily a dark fantasy piece, with fantasy and horror as additional genres. I'm not quite sure what to call it, genre-wise, so I'm going with what seems to be the best fit. My teaser blurb on the site reads as follows:
A dark sorcerer summons the blood-thirsty alpe to wreak vengeance upon the beautiful maid that rejected him.
(I'm open to any suggestions regarding how I might "spice up" the blurb a bit.)