Results tagged “CSE Cooney”
Toasted Cake 24: In which we fire the coals and RAKE THEM TOO.
They don't build us with windshield wipers over our glass eyes.
A Toasted Cake Original, and a Giant.
C.S.E. Cooney collects knives and books. Her fiction and poetry can be found in Rich Horton's Year's Best Science Fiction and Fantasy 2011 and 2012, SteamPowered II and Clockwork Phoenix 3, at Apex, Subterranean, Strange Horizons, Podcastle, Goblin Fruit, Cabinet des Fées and Mythic Delirium. She was this year's recipient of the Rhysling Award in the Long Poem category. Her novella Jack o' the Hills is available in paperback, ebook, and audiobook. Her poetry collection, How to Flirt in Faerieland and Other Wild Rhymes, just came out from Papaveria Press. She thinks we should all sing Zing-Zou-Zou.
ZOMG, why is there so much spam in the universe? I want to be open for comments, but all I do is delete 10 comments an hour about shoes and dates and (the weird ones) advice telling me my blog is a good start, but could be better. (Really? Negging much?) So I'm closing comments here, but I just set up a facebook page at ToastedCakePodcast. Feel free to Like it and leave any comments you'd like there. I'd love to see if you have any favorites among the stories I've run so far.
Some exciting folks coming in the next few months: I'm thrilled to be running an excerpt of a Claude Lalumière story, as well as that BRAND NEW piece I promised you from CSE Cooney. Not to mention stories from Liz Argall, Helena Bell, Wendy N Wagner, K Bird Lincoln, and Rachel Swirsky. Stay tuned!
Want to subscribe to Toasted Cake via iTunes or anything else? Yay, now you can! Just go here to the Feedburner page and clicky-click on the links. As well, per the iTunes folks, Toasted Cake should be findable in the iTunes store within the next couple days.
Want to know who's coming up at Toasted Cake in the future? Next week is Jason Heller, author of Taft 2012. Down the road we have some awesome stories in the lineup, including ones from Cat Rambo, Jessica Reisman, Rachel Swirsky, and a NEW story from the magnificent CSE Cooney.
Want to submit a flash story? I'm planning to do a submissions window (as soon as things calm down around here.) I'm currently thinking April. So check back for details!