Fortune: Lost and Found, now available at Amazon and Barnes and Noble.

If you create something, and then throw it away, is it still yours? Or like all the other garbage, does it become public domain once it hits the curb? Read “The Plagiarist’s Wireless,” now available in FORTUNE: LOST AND FOUND through Omnium Gatherum.

Pick up a copy of the anthology, edited by L.S. Murphy and Kate Jonez, in paperback ($13.99) or Kindle and Nook ebook ($2.99) formats today through Amazon or Barnes and Noble, and enjoy stories from Brent Michael Kelley, Kurt Fawver, Phil Hickes, Wednesday Lee Friday, Garrett Cook, Lizz-Ayn Shaarawi, Andrew Dombalagian, Lydia Ondrusek and John Jasper Owens, Eric J. Guignard, Andrew M. Stockton, and Cory J. Herndon.

I wrote “The Plagiarist’s Wireless” as a way of expressing how important my favorite bands (Steppenwolf and Guns n’ Roses) continue to be to me, and how frustrated I am that their halcyon days couldn’t have lasted forever.

Even if that music video isn’t your cup of tea, you undoubtedly can identify. See why Jimmy Sparrow mothballed a successful band, right when it was on the cusp of greatness by picking up a copy of FORTUNE: LOST AND FOUND today.

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