The stories are mostly from indie magazines, published over the years, but there are a couple of extras that have not been published before--later works that just don't seem to fit a particular genre for submission.
My main reason for staying away from self-publishing so far, has always been 'well, how do I know if my writing's good enough?' and still is to some extent. However, with most of these stories, someone already thought they were good enough to publish them. That's just a little less daunting than putting out untested material.
The e-book is currently available in most formats, through Amazon, Barnes and Noble and Smashwords. It should also be available on iTunes and Kobo, but so far I haven't seen it show up. It will be available as a paperback in the next week or so. I'll provide a link when that happens.
In the next post, I'll talk about my experience in publishing the collection, and what I learned about the process.