Novelist, short-story writer and poet Tom Mach has released a new short story collection, titled “Stories to Enjoy.”
The 16 tales include “Burning Faith”: What happens when a soon-to-be world-famous historical relic disappears? And “When Kansas Women Were Not Free”: A woman experiences a form of slavery at a time when all men —black and white — were free.
Mach won the J. Donald Coffin Memorial Book Award for “Sissy!,” two other awards for his second novel, “All Parts Together,” and the Nelson Poetry Book Award for “The Uni Verse.”
“Stories to Enjoy” costs $14.95 and is available at Border’s, Hastings and the Raven as well as directly from the publisher, Hill Song Press at www.TomMach.com.