The second volume of Uncommonalities comprises another eleven stories, this time starting with the proposition "It would've been bad enough without the..." and diverging wildly from there. Bad Enough includes a diverse range of original short stories by Jonathan Baker, James Borden, Margie Vodopia Carroll, Rachael Charlotte, Pat Fish aka The Jazz Butcher, Jaz-Michael King, Guy Mankowski, Hope O'Keeffe, John Schoneboom, James Tucker, and Kay Wilson.
This first Uncommonalities volume is now, with the publication of a second edition, under the Bratum Books imprint where it belongs. Eleven short stories begin together and then go in eleven different directions with eleven different authors. A Taste For It is the first volume in the Uncommonalities series of short stories that share a common first sentence but are otherwise wildly divergent. Variously hilarious and poignant, these tales confront the tastes for -- among other things -- death, time travel, addiction, and just plain not giving a damn. Featuring original short stories by Jill Corvelli, Dirk Flinthart, Melissa Lee-Houghton, Matthew O'Grady, Hope O'Keeffe, Philip Pelletier, John Schoneboom, Christi Sperry, James Tucker, Andrew Wilkinson, and Kay Wilson.