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The Legendary and Auction for Cat

Help Catherynne M. Valente

My auction for ad space on Niteblade, a copy of Sister Margaret and a copy of Lost Innocence ends at midnight tomorrow. Right now it has one bid on it (thank you Greg) for $5. Surely we can do better than that? The auction is here please check it out.

In other news, my short story “How It’s Supposed To Be” is up at The Legendary. Sadly, this story was inspired by a very similar situation that happened here in Edmonton not so very long ago.


My short story, Cuppa?, is in the most recent issue of Blood Moon Rising. You can check it out by clicking here. If you do read it, don’t mind the last four lines…they belong to a different story. I’ve sent a note to the editors to let them know and hopefully it will be changed sooner rather than later 🙂

I hope you enjoy the story, I had fun writing it. When I first wrote it it was in 2nd person. I revised it to 3rd because I think it worked better for the story, but I really enjoyed writing from the second person point of view and will likely try it again sometime 🙂