My story in it is called "Dreamshare", and it was written at white heat - begun at the tail end of an East Coast convention I was at, just as the thing was winding down, finished on the plane on my way home, and pretty much the final polished version done by the time I landed. It is a story of which I am strangely fond - it's kind of eerie, and sad, and it's about things like loyalty, and addiction, and forgiveness. It has been called salt-soaked, in brine and in tears. I am very happy it has a home.
Go on, go snag a copy of the antho. Then come back and tell me what you thought of the story.