This is the anthology we all need — one that can help us survive our corporate servitude with our hearts and souls intact.
We’ve all been there: standing behind a desk or a counter for ridiculously long hours, letting the movie of our imagination roll behind our eyes. We’re certain that you can, far too easily, find inspiration from your workplace. Magic, mayhem, revenge — and, yes, perhaps even redemption — can all be found here.
With stories by J Dark, Laureen Hudson, L. A. Jacob, Sophie Kearing, Andrea Monticue, Stephen Pimentel, Steven Radecki, Bob Schoonover, Vern Smith, Steve Soult, Ryan Southwick, and Kimberley Wall.
Glimpse into corporate life
Although I don’t have a corporate background, I still enjoyed this anthology of corporate challenges. I found them engaging, entertaining, and might have found them even more so if I’d identified with more of the situational references. I particularly enjoyed “Once Upon a Nightwalker” by Ryan Southwick because it was complex and yet focused in a single scene, which made it engaging, and it had a satisfying ending. “The Rolodex” by Sophie Kearing was very creative and macabre enough to be a lot of fun. I found the collection to be well worth reading and spending a little time in a whole different world.