The best for last, Dear Reader, this story, it’s something maybe on your mind this month, Kate Myles’s “Vacation Land“:
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Today’s share is a tiny map of a vast territory. We’re chuffed to add to the archive today this story by Ethan Forrest Ross, “Scabs“:
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Much snow around the Midwest this week, and what is that in the distance, that light? Today’s share from the latest issue is McKenzie Schwark’s cold-day visiting story “My Father, the Deer Hunter“:
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Included in the archive today is a manuscript of great value — Heather Whited’s haunting story “Speakers of Dead Languages”:
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