Results tagged “Tina Connolly”
Toasted Cake 125! In which the popcorn fires.
I am taking Bill's flannels from the line
when she comes.
First appeared right here in Strange Horizons.
Your humble narrator lives with her family in Portland, Oregon. Her first fantasy novel, IRONSKIN, was a Nebula finalist, and the sequels COPPERHEAD and SILVERBLIND are now out from Tor. Her stories have appeared in Lightspeed, Tor.com, Strange Horizons, and Beneath Ceaseless Skies. She narrates for Podcastle and Beneath Ceaseless Skies, runs the Parsec-winning flash fiction podcast Toasted Cake (OMG THIS IS SO META), and her website is tinaconnolly.com.
Toasted Cake 92! In which we slip out to the giant camp by the lake.
Franklin Connor said once that the world came to an end the day Misty Connor did three cartwheels on the front lawn of the Connor Savings & Loan.
(First appeared in On Spec.)
Tina Connolly lives on a puffy white cloud with her family of three hedgehogs, two grand pianos, and a copperhead hydra. Her stories have been written in moon dust and inscribed on the rings of Saturn. Her plays have been performed by a traveling troupe of vervet monkeys. Her podcasts are beamed into your earballs every time you go under that one bridge on the way to work. Oh, and COPPERHEAD, the sequel to the Nebula-nominated novel IRONSKIN, comes out this Tuesday from Tor.
Episode #40! In which we bounce around.
Life repeats itself.
(First appeared as a bonus podcast for Escape Artists forum members)
Tina Connolly lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband and young son, in a house that came with a dragon in the basement and blackberry vines in the attic. Her stories have appeared in Strange Horizons, Lightspeed, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and the anthology Unplugged: Web's Best SF 2008. Her debut fantasy novel Ironskin is now out from Tor, with a sequel forthcoming in Fall 2013. She reads stories for Podcastle and Escape Pod, among others, and runs the Parsec-winning flash fiction podcast Toasted Cake (Look how self-referential we are!) In the summer she works as a face painter, which means a glitter-filled house is an occupational hazard. Her website is tinaconnolly.com.