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Lee Kottner is a writer and editor living in Brooklyn, NY. Her poetry has appeared in several journals and anthologies. She has just completed her first novel, Prospero's Daughter, and is working on her second novel and a how-to book called Involuntary Simplicity: How to Have a Fabulous Life on a Miserable Salary. For more about her and her work, see her Web site.

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4 Dec 2023

“Ask me something only I would know.” You say this to your wife because you know you’re human. You can feel it in the familiar ache in your back, and the fear writhing in your guts. You feel it in the cold seeping into your bare feet from the kitchen floor. You know you’re real because you remember.
now, there is the shape...humanoid, but not / necessarily human
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