Submitted to Gods of Clay anthology

Completed a 3000-word short story for the Gods of Clay anthology done by the Scifi Roundtable. It’s a science fiction story about God – a god who spans the entire universe, so vast that stars are neurons and black holes are computation nodes.
It plays on Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (1881–1955)’s Omega Point hypothesis – that humanity is evolving towards a unified Godhood, not away, and that God lies in our future, and not in the past. An idea I first came across in Dan Simmon’s Hyperion.
Fingers crossed that it gets accepted.