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Luc Reid writes about the psychology of habits at The Willpower Engine. His new eBook is Bam! 172 Hellaciously Quick Stories.

Jason Fischer has a story appearing in Jack Dann’s new anthology Dreaming Again.

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).

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.

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The Daily Cabal Summer Special: Day 1

Monday, August 16th, 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.

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, artemisin.blogspot.com

Flash Fiction Cabal Seeks New Members

Tuesday, July 27th, 2010

The Daily Cabal, a small group of writers who from their ranks publish one flash fiction piece every weekday (since March of 2007, with over 850 stories now posted), is for the first time taking open applications for new members.

The Daily Cabal specializes in speculative fiction pieces, but is open to including writers who work with other kinds of stories. We encourage writers from all cultural and ethnic backgrounds to apply.

Membership in the Cabal involves contributing on average about one new flash fiction piece of 400 words or less every two weeks (or more often, if desired). There is no money involved, only the exposure of getting your work read and the challenge of the task.

To apply, please send 2 flash fiction pieces (maximum 1,000 words, 400 words or less being preferred) to dailycabal@gmail.com. The reading period will begin Monday, August 2nd. Initial response time is generally less than two weeks. We apologize in advance that we will not be able to accept all applicants due to the need to find a good fit with the current group of authors.

All past Daily Cabal stories can be found on our Web site at www.dailycabal.com.

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