More About the Author
C.S.E. Cooney is a Rhode Island writer who lives across the street from a Victorian Strolling Park. She is the author of How To Flirt in Faerieland and Other Wild Rhymes and Jack o' the Hills. She won the 2011 Rhysling Award for her story-poem "The Sea King's Second Bride." Publisher's Weekly gave her first short fiction collection Bone Swans a starred review, calling it "brilliantly executed...delicious stew of science fiction, horror, and fantasy, marked by unforgettable characters who plumb the depths of pathos and triumph."
Other examples of her short fiction and poetry can be found in Rich Horton's Years Best Science Fiction and Fantasy (2011, 2012, 2014), The Nebula Awards Showcase (2013), The Mammoth Book of Steampunk Adventures (2014), The Moment of Change Anthology, Black Gate Magazine, Apex, Subterranean, Strange Horizons, Ideomancer, Clockwork Phoenix, Steam-Powered II, The Book of Dead Things, Cabinet des Fées, Stone Telling, Goblin Fruit, and Mythic Delirium.
"Witch, Beast, Saint" the first of her erotic fairytales from The Witch's Garden Series appears in Strange Horizons, with the second, The Witch in the Almond Tree, available on Amazon for Kindle. The first novella of her Dark Breakers trilogy, The Breaker Queen, is also available for purchase on Kindle.
Her website can be found at http://csecooney.com/