Plugs

Susannah Mandel’s short story “The Monkey and the Butterfly” is in Shimmer #11. She also has poems in the current issues of Sybil’s Garage, Goblin Fruit, and Peter Parasol.

Kat Beyer’s Cabal story “A Change In Government” has been nominated for a BSFA award for best short fiction.

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

Read Daniel Braum’s story Mystic Tryst at Farrgo’s Wainscot #8.

The Daily Cabal Summer Special: Day 2

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. Click here to read yesterday’s update, here for yesterday’s story, or just click “previous story” further down this page.

Where are they now: Jeremiah Tolbert

Actually, even though he isn’t actively writing stories for the Daily Cabal, he’s never really left–the site design and behind-the-scenes architecture is all his doing, and he still helps keep things going.

Jeremy is pretty much a renaissance man: writer, photographer, web site designer, creator of cool new hybrids of all of the above (see his steampunk magnum opus Dr. Julius T. Roundbottom: Scientist & Philosopher–early bits of which appeared here at the Cabal).

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