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The Moon Is Always Full, by Charles Coleman Finlay (10/31/05)
"You remember what Ralph used to say?" Martin asked. "We'd go outside and look at the moon, when it was just a half moon, and I'd ask him 'Is that moon half full or half empty?'"
Moons Like Great White Whales, by Charles Coleman Finlay (2/28/05)
"You love the way we're alone together, with whole worlds to ourselves. Whenever you start thinking about colonists following after us, changing the landscapes we've shared, you always get depressed."