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15 Jul 2024
I inherited the molting, which my mother will deny; she’ll insist it’s a thing only women do, each heartbreak withering from the body like a petal.
8 Jul 2024
The statue of that gorgeous and beloved tyrant, my father, stands in a valley where the weather has only ever been snow.
1 Jul 2024
There is a town in the north almost exactly where Canada turns into America and British Columbia collides with Alaska and the ocean runs up into the land and it is dead but not buried.
24 Jun 2024
When her bell sounded at midnight, Firion the wizard grasped her stoutest staff (crowned, for non-magical reasons, with a razor-sharp chunk of amethyst) and put her lips to the doorjamb. “Who goes there?”
17 Jun 2024
Ellie Mathieu can tell when the Big Easy arrives by the smell of its engine.
10 Jun 2024
In summer, the crack on the windowpane would align perfectly with the horizon, right around 2 p.m.
3 Jun 2024
As with all stupid things, it started with a dare.
20 May 2024
Andrew was convinced the writer had been trans. By this point his friends were tired of hearing about it, but he had no one else to tell besides the internet, and he was too smart for that. That would be asking for it.
13 May 2024
This variation on the elixir of life pairs the flavour of roasted roc with the medicinal potency of the philosopher’s stone. But buyer beware: this dish isn’t for everyone.
6 May 2024
In his early days in slivermoon, Saki worked the phone lines. Companies in slivermoon stressed in prestige magazines and press releases that it was too hard for them to employ bodies. Bodies were expensive to sustain. Bodies needed food, warmth, and shelter.
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