C.S.E. Cooney lives in Chicago (but not for too much longer), revising a novel that, with diligence, a cleaver and a new gown, will soon be ready for the ball. She has a short story upcoming in Steam Powered II, an anthology due out at Torquere Press this September. Her story “Braiding the Ghosts,” originally published in Clockwork Phoenix 3, can now be found in Rich Horton’s Years Best Science Fiction and Fantasy 2011. Her novella The Big Bah-Ha is available in e-book at Amazon.com and drolleriepress.com. Papaveria Press recently published her novella Jack o’ the Hills in the new Wonder Tales series, available in paperback from Papaveria.com and as an e-book at Amazon.com. Her poetry collection How To Flirt in Faerieland and Other Wild Rhymes, illustrated by Rebecca Huston, is due out next year from Papaveria Press.