Ali Trotta is a poet, editor, dreamer, word-nerd, and unapologetic coffee addict. Her poetry has appeared in Uncanny, Fireside Fiction, and Cicada magazines, as well as in The Best of Uncanny Magazine (Subterranean Press). She has a poem forthcoming in F&SF magazine. Ali’s always scribbling on napkins, looking for magic in the world, and bursting into song. Follow her on Twitter (@alwayscoffee) or visit her blog (alwayscoffee.wordpress.com). Three of her poems were Rhysling Award nominees.
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Courtney Floyd presents Sasha LaPointe's "Mouth," read by the author. You can find the full text of the story, as well as the story's content warnings, here.
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