Andrew Crabtree is a Canadian writer and educator. When not teaching modern languages or studying ancient ones, he is usually found with his nose in a book of speculative fiction. His poetry has appeared in Goblin Fruit, Star*Line, and The Kyoto Journal, among other venues.
As far back as I could remember, Oma warned me about the bats. She said they would eat me if they found me exposed at night. But I knew the green light of the moon would protect me, even when I was still smaller than Oma.
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