D. Thomas Mintonwrites speculative fiction from an undisclosed location in the Pacific Northwest.
Tag Archives: Toasted Cake
Yeah for Toasted Cake! My story “Still Life Through Droplets,” originally published in Daily Science Fiction, is now up for listening at Toasted Cake, perhaps my favorite podcasts out there. If you’re not familiar with Toasted Cake, it’s a Parsec … Continue reading
10Flash Quarterly published two of my stories in 2012 before closing shop. When the magazine shut down, the editor said the archives would stay online for another year. It didn’t quite make it a full year. The archives and 10Flash … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I’ve reported any sales, so it’s a pleasure to write this post. The fact that I get to report the sale of “Still Life Through Water Droplets” to the Parsec Award winning podcast Toasted Cake makes … Continue reading
Toasted Cake recently produced a wonderful podcast of my story “Clownspace.” I learned a couple of days ago that Toasted Cake was honored with a Parsec Award for best new podcast. While I wasn’t overly familiar with the Parsec Awards (I’d heard of them, … Continue reading
I made it back from my Palmyra adventure in one piece. I’m a little tanner and lot tired, but it was a good trip. I got a lot of science done, but equally important, I got a lot writing accomplished, too. I … Continue reading
Toasted Cake has accepted my flash story “Clownspace” for podcasting. I’m looking forward to what they will do with this one (e.g., will they’ll add circus/clown music: doo-doo-do-do-doo-do). This story originally appeared in the January 2012 issue of 10Flash Quarterly (now defunct), but if … Continue reading