walls fall, nightmare / papier maché melts to let in something stranger
I was minding my own business, thinking of Honey, but cat curious I followed the groups of womyn drifting towards the clamour. It was only when I was in the main square that I realised the offence was mine. Ah well, I’d brazen it out—I’m nothing if not brazen.
First, I discovered the genres of science fiction and fantasy. Then, maybe a year or two later, I discovered that Australians wrote it too.
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Lucy Sussex's "My Lady Tongue."