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Fiction

The Sandal-Bride

Pilgrims always cried when they crested the hill and saw the spires of Miruna; they usually fell to their knees right in the middle of traffic. All I saw was the gate that led to the Night Market.

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Wishes and Feathers by Patricia Russo (audio)

This month’s audio fiction is Wishes and Features written by Patricia Russo and read by M. K. Hobson

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The Sometimes Child by Caroline Yoachim (audio)

This month’s audio fiction is The Sometimes Child written by Caroline Yoachim and read by M. K. Hobson

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Tenientes by Nathaniel Williams (audio)

This month’s audio fiction is Tenientes written by Nathaniel Williams and read by M. K. Hobson

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The Armature of Flight by Sharon Mock (audio)

This month’s audio fiction is The Armature of Flight written by Sharon Mock and read by Mark Bukovec

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After the Dragon by Sarah Monette (audio)

This month’s audio fiction is After the Dragon written by Sarah Monette and read by Sarah Tolbert

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Above It All by Carol Emshwiller (audio)

This month’s audio fiction is Above It All written by Carol Emshwiller and read by M. K. Hobson

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Uncomfortable Realities: An Interview with Jesse Bullington

Jesse Bullington’s debut novel, The Sad Tale of the Brothers Grossbart, has caused quite the ruckus in the world of literary reviewers. In this interview, we discuss just why this might be.

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Outsiders and Others: An Interview with Garth Nix

This interview was conducted at World Fantasy 2009, in San Jose, California.

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Images of Anna by Nancy Kress (audio)

The morning was turning out to be a bust. The first client wanted to pay with a personal check, which I’ve learned to not accept. She had no cash, credit card, or ID. The second client had cash but turned out to be a thirteen-year-old kid who wanted a “really sexy picture” for her boyfriend. No way: session cancelled. The third client was late.