C. Cimmone is a North American author and comic, specializing in blue and observational comedy, short fiction, and narrative nonfiction. Cimmone serves as a contributing author for Arouse Magazine and editor-at-large for Trampset. She has served as a contributing journalist for The Austinot and as a volunteer reader for The Literary Nest literary magazine.
Her prose is featured in a menagerie of literary journals, including: The Fiction Pool, The Penmen Review, GNU Journal, Embodied Effigies, and Belle Reve Literary Journal. Her creative non-fiction piece, “Chip” was recognized as the Judge’s Choice in Heart and Mind Zine literary magazine in 2016.
Print publications showcasing her narrative nonfiction include Crux Magazine, 2015 Story Shelter Anthology, and Jokes Review inaugural issue. All issues are available for purchase. Cimmone’s chapbook publication, “When I Was Alive,” was released via Underground Voices and is available on both Amazon and Barnes & Noble.
In addition to professional writing, Cimmone has performed stand-up comedy and participated in local, charity based theatrical performances. Cimmone also donates her writing skills, serving as a volunteer pet profile writer for Paws in the City (www.pawsinthecity.org).