Senaa Ahmad lives in Toronto, where she works in film, fails to improve her Arabic, and tries not to kill all the house plants. Her short fiction appears in or is forthcoming from Strange Horizons and Augur Magazine. She is working on a short novel. You can find her, sort of, at senaa-ahmad.com.
“Have you seen the DEATH/GRIP Challenge meme?” Benito Oliveira said.
“Yeah, it’s pretty funny,” she said.
“It’s people pretending not to kill something with their off hand,” he said, as though she hadn’t responded.
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