Remember to tread as gently as possible in the Museum of Printing History, for these machines are delicate. They have withstood wars and insurrections, high-level humidity, and long droughts. They have grown tired of surviving and require only a minimum encouragement to expire.
I may be wrong—I hope I am wrong—but I strongly suspect that most of those who read this column will not have heard of Veronica Williams.
The rambutan man's ghost / Stands under the boa.
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Nin Harris's "Tower of the Rosewater Goblet."