What is your latest release and what genre is it? They Have To Take You In, a cross-genre anthology Ursula has edited.
Quick description: The anthology revolves around the theme of home and family. Family elicits our strongest emotional responses, whether joy and love, or rage and fear. 18 authors and nine poets explore the meaning of family in a variety of genres. Herein they tell the entire grumble of the story, sometimes in memoir, sometimes in fiction, sometimes in a poem, but never in the candy-coated dithyrambs that populate the pages of those ‘chicken soup for the soul’ books. This anthology is filled with serious truth, the kind that goes deep and heals from well within the wound.
Richard Grove at Hidden Brook Press is donating all royalties from sales to the Canadian Mental Health Associations’ The Dana Fund, a no-overhead fund applicants may use to meet pressing needs.
Robert Runté has contributed to this anthology. He is also featured on Reading Recommendations.
Ursula Pflug is an award-winning author of speculative fiction, who has had her work published in Canada, the U.S and Great Britain. She has also written extensively for film, theatre, and television and lives in Peterborough Country, Canada.
Links to buy Ursula’s book:
Amazon – paperback
What are you working on now?
The UK’s PS Publishing has just released Harvesting the Moon, a collection of Ursula’s own stories.