From the second-floor window of the abandoned building, Ezra could see something he thought impossible. Behind the wall of the derelict structure that was once a textile factory, a sort of wild garden had sprouted. Ezra could see tomato bushes and dandelions, bluebells and blackberry bushes leaning to against the muddy pools that collected on the ground. And there, in a sort of enclosure of rusted barbed wire and crude sharpened sticks nailed to the ground, the impossible: a wild apple tree, sprouting with fruit.
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Lavie Tidhar's “Dem Bones.”
Avoid fallen angels at all costs. / They are sanctimonious.
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Ciro Faienza presents Caroline Cantrell’s “The Modern Girl’s Guide to Dating the Paranormal”.