Table of Contents | 6 March 2017
The hinterland desert grew each year, not by inches, but by feet. The sand bleached whiter over time for lack of moisture. Water-hungry insects clung to the undersides of the seedling's leaves desperate to leech any bit of moisture they could. The insects were desperate. No different than us.
By: Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali
Podcast read by: Anaea Lay
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali's "Concessions (part 1 of 2)."
Take care of your tagmas / and sharpen your flames, / circumvent, if you can, the red giants’ call.
Models of the homo economicus which have done so much harm over the centuries work on an assumption that the flow of consciousness is a fungible of rational calculation, not a flow of marriages.
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