Here are the first lines of the stories, to give you a taste of what's on offer:
'Our fevered nights were hung with strange new stars'
'That the Sea Shall Be Calm' by David Surface
The world is ending.
'Petrichor' by Sam Dawson
On the day I first saw the man in demin clothing a flock of geese arrowed across the sky.
'Old Habits' by Stephen Cashmore
It was a rather melancholy drive down to that obscure edge of Kent, thanks to both dismal February weather and the purpose of my visit.
'The Sea Man' by James Machin
'Sorrow is the Mother of the World' by Jeremy Schliewe
'The Inheritor' by Peter Kenny
Before that day, Phoebe had thought she knew the island well enough, but if she had ever heard of Penrhyfedd, she had no memory of it.
'No Passage Landward' by Steve Duffy