I saw your post on the WritersWeekly board and I see that you were able to help other writers in a similar situation.
Yesterday, I became aware that a publisher used a short story in their anthology without my knowledge or consent.
You should send them an invoice for $750 for the unauthorized publication of your material. See this article.
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