Reading for Toasted Cake

ruins_MorgueFileI’m happy to say Toasted Cake podcast has just posted another coolio post-apoc ruins story: “Moving Away” by Evan Dicken. I love me a good mall-in-decay tale!


direct link to mp3

another reading for Toasted Cake podcast

folded paper elephant
folded paper elephant

I’ve just completed  another reading for Toasted Cake audio: “Five Things of Beauty” by Patrick Samphire, originally in print on Strange Horizons.

Once, Vaidwattie had told him, “I can make you anything with twelve folds of paper.” He hadn’t believed her. Prove it,” he had said, but she had just shaken her head and been hurt.

Direct link to the mp3: “Five Things of Beauty” by Patrick Samphire, read by Alex C. Renwick

…as guest reader, Toasted Cake #137

Dante_Gabriel_Rossetti_ detailAudio fiction fans might enjoy Caroline Yoachim’s “Pieces of My Body” over at Toasted Cake podcast #137, as read by me. An eerie and thoughtful story about both mortality and im-.

If you like that, check out Toasted Cakes #124 (“Green Future” by Deborah Walker) and #133 (“The Sending” by Darja Malcolm-Clarke). I’m particularly fascinated with my voice in “The Sending”; I was getting over a terrible sore throat and will never sound exactly like that again. It was like wearing an inadvertent disguise, and felt, in its husky other-self way, rather mysterious and spectacular.

Direct links to each story’s mp3:

Another narration for Toasted Cake

birds-cco.jpgSome may remember my narration of Deborah Walker’s “Green Future” for Toasted Cake #124? Well I’m super pleased with the husky quality only a lifetime of smoking unfiltered cigarettes or a lingering wintertime throat-plague can produce on TC’s latest offering, “The Sending” by Darja Malcolm-Clarke. A story of divine hunger, narrated by me, channeling Lauren Bacall…

[Direct link to the mp3 of The Sending.]