Toasted Cake is:
* 1 crispy-gooey fantasy & science fiction flash story podcast every Monday
* dark, twisted, frosting-covered stories hand-picked & read by me
* THE best way to prepare cake, in case you hadn't guessed
* an idiosyncratic 2012 podcasting venture from Tina Connolly.
Toasted Cake 249: In Which a Demonic Printer Sparks an Office Romance by Diane Callahan
Toasted Cake 249! In which we feed the printer. Everyone in the office called the supply room printer a "giant plastic sack of crap that deserved to rot in the underworld for all eternity."This story is original to Toasted Cake. Diane Callahan...
Toasted Cake 248: Heart Stitch by José Pablo Iriarte
Toasted Cake 248! In which we mend the tear in the fabric.You pieced it together decades ago; so far back that you don't remember not knowing.This story first appeared in Daily SF.José Pablo Iriarte is a Cuban-American writer, high school...
Toasted Cake 247: A Wedding Gown of Autumn Leaves by Caroline M. Yoachim
Toasted Cake 247! In which we use the unicorn-mane thread.The day before my wedding, my dress is a pile of birch leaves.This story first appeared in Daily SF.Caroline M. Yoachim is a prolific author of short stories, appearing in Asimov's,...
Toasted Cake 246: How to Confront the Sphinx Haunting Your Garden by Alexei Collier
Toasted Cake 246! In which we contemplate the ineffable beauty of impermanent things.If you are consulting this guide, you live alone in the house at the end of the lane, and a sphinx has been haunting your overgrown garden.This story...
Toasted Cake 245: The Butterfly Effect by Edward Ashton
Toasted Cake 245! In which we try to fix things.First Human Trial: August 12th, 2023. Well, today's the day. This story first appeared in Andromeda Spaceways Inflight Magazine.Edward Ashton lives in Rochester, NY with his wife, a variable number of daughters, and...
Toasted Cake 244: The Kind and the Unkind Girls by Kristiana Willsey
Toasted Cake 244! In which the story pours out like honey.For some girls it was lustrous hair, twice as long and twice as thick every time it was cut.This story is original to Toasted Cake.Kristiana Willsey is a writer...