Some of you helped fund this project, and now the final product is here. Matthew Hance used Kickstarter to successfully raise over $4,400 to get his idea for a science-fiction inspired collection of stories published. The Memory Eater anthology ended up including 27 stories “based on a device with the ability to locate and destroy any memory in the human mind” and contains 306 pages .
If you like e-books, it is available here, here or here. You can buy a paperback edition for $15 (includes domestic shipping) on Hance’s website: matthewhance.com or on Amazon.com where it is eligible for free shipping on orders over $25. You’ll also be able to find them at the Independents’ Day Festival on September 15, 2012 on the corner of Gay Street and Pearl Alley downtown.