And you probably never will, Chris. Martin Greenberg, the editor, once told John DeChancie (a friend and fellow writer) that he was in the remainder business. He'd put together an anthology as quickly as he could; a small number would sell, but mostly the books would be discounted to libraries. Whatever was left would quickly go on the remainders tables in bookstores and everybody is happy: the writers earn a little money, the publishers make a little money, and the readers get to buy the books at half price. Not quite like straight-to-video movies, but close. Not all of Marty's anthologies are assembled for quick remaindering -- hardbacks, the Cat Crimes series, etc. sell pretty well. But almost all of the paperback anthologies are not long for this world.