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What I am currently working on: Beasts of Tabat, the first in the fantasy trilogy I have been working on for a while now is with my agent, in preparation for what I hope is the final rewrite. So I’m … Continue reading
This Sunday, Folly Blaine and I are teaching another podcasting class. Here’s the description: Podcasts, both audio and video, are an increasingly popular way to reach an audience. In this two hour session, learn what you need to know to record and edit your own podcast, how to promote your podcast, and what equipment and software to use. As Folly Blaine, Christy records and acts as Podcast Manager for Every Day Fiction, and has also recorded podcasts for Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Wily Writers, and This Mutant Life; Cat is the former fiction editor of Fantasy Magazine and has recorded podcasts for Clarkesworld, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and Fantasy Magazine.
I really like this flash piece. It’s lovely and sweet. “Beholder” by Sarah Grey on Flash Fiction Online. Another flash piece, this time from the inimitable Folly Blaine, Scattered.
As part of compiling the mobile application for Near + Far, I’ve been putting together a list of stories in audio form, many of them recorded for Clarkesworld< Escape Pod, and Lightspeed, along with a handful recorded just for this effort by Folly Blaine, Eric Hale, and myself. For those interested in audio versions, here’s the complete list.
The excellent Folly Blaine reads one of the stories from Near + Far, “Zeppelin Follies.”