Jonathan Wood’s story “Notes on the Dissection of an Imaginary Beetle” from Electric Velocipede 15/16 is available online.

Ken Brady’s latest story, “Walkers of the Deep Blue Sea and Sky” appears in the Exquisite Corpuscle anthology, edited by Jay Lake and Frank Wu.

Alex Dally MacFarlane’s story “The Devonshire Arms” is available online at Clarkesworld.

Jason Erik Lundberg‘s fiction is forthcoming from Subterranean Magazine and Polyphony 7.

The Daily Cabal Summer Special: Day 1

by Rudi Dornemann

We’re changing things up a bit this week, giving you updates on cabalists you haven’t seen here in a while mixed with some microfiction pieces that are even more micro than our usual fiction.

Where are they now: Sara Genge

Sara Genge has published quite a few short stories since her last piece appeared on the Daily Cabal, including several in Asimov’s. This year, one of her stories was chosen as a finalist for the Sturgeon award.

You can see what Sara’s up to and find a list of her published stories at her blog,

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