Plugs

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

Edd Vick’s latest story, “The Corsair and the Lady” may be found in Talebones #37.

Angela Slatter’s story ‘Frozen’ will appear in the December 09 issue of Doorways Magazine, and ‘The Girl with No Hands’ will appear in the next issue of Lady Churchill’s Rosebud Wristlet.

David Kopaska-Merkel’s book of humorous noir fiction based on nursery rhymes, Nursery Rhyme Noir 978-09821068-3-9, is sold at the Genre Mall. Other new books include The zSimian Transcript (Cyberwizard Productions) and Brushfires (Sams Dot Publishing).

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The Cabal is Over / Long Live the Cabal!

Monday, April 4th, 2011

The Daily Cabal has ceased; it is no more; it has shuffled off this mortal coil…

Well, at least until we return at some point, like phoenix.

Or a zombie.

Or, perhaps, some kind of zombie phoenix.*

We’d like to thank everyone who’s joined us over the past four years to explore whatever unusual, uncanny, and unexpected things we could fit into 400 words.

Here’s a complete list of all our stories, organized by author:
All Stories by Author

And here are story lists for individual authors:
Alex Dally McFarlane
Angela Slatter
Dan Braum
David Kopaska-Merkel
Edd Vick
Jason Erik Lundberg
Jason Fischer
Jen Larsen
Jeremiah Tolbert
Jon Hansen
Jonathan Wood
Kat Beyer
Ken Brady
Luc Reid
Rudi Dornemann
Sara Genge
Susannah Mandel
Trent Walters

*Seriously. We may, eventually, reappear for short spells. Watch this space.

The Daily Cabal Summer Special: Day 2

Tuesday, August 17th, 2010

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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