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Toasted Cake 185! In which we sing of adventure.

Grandma smelled of mushroom steaks sauteed in garlic butter and apples soaked in brandy and when she paused in her relentless movement between cooktop and sink and fridge and pantry the Oort cloud of flour settled around her teeshirt and jeans.

This story is original to Toasted Cake.

Clarion West 2010 alumni Jude-Marie Green's short story, ENDLESS SUMMER, will be included in the anthology Made In L.A., being released at the LA Times Festival of Books April 21/22. The book can currently be purchased from Amazon. Other recent short story sales are HANG TWENTY to Fantasy for the Throne: One Sitting Reads (ed. by Judith K. Dial and Tom Easton) and WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION to RE-Launch from Pole-To-Pole Publishing, both due out this spring. She won the Speculative Literature Foundation's Older Writers Grant in 2012. She holds proud membership in BroadUniverse, O.C. Writers (Orange County, CA writers collective), and LASFS (Los Angeles Science Fiction/Fantasy Society.) Her blog is at

Toasted Cake 26! In which we have blindingly white legs and bad Humphrey Bogart impressions.

When Dr. Evyl set his nuclear bomb to explode in the top of the Eiffel Tower, Cindy had grabbed it and tossed it, all 5,000 pounds of steel casings and uranium, into the sky, where Fred caught it and carried it into space, beyond the moon's orbit.  

Jude-Marie Green has sold short stories to twitter, online magazines, and various anthologies.  She has edited with Abyss&Apex, Noctem Aeternus, and 10Flash.  She attended Clarion West in 2010 and has the tattoo to prove it.  She likes oranges, chicken, and being warm.