August 7, 2012

Waiting for Beauty

He wakes before dawn to prepare her breakfast. The spoons and pot-handles are clumsy in his curving claws, but the servants all left long ago, and so he has learned to make do.
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Murdered Sleep

Kora had heard the rumors. They were everywhere that fall, blown on the wind along with the golden fans of fallen ginkgo leaves. Everyone claimed to know someone who had been invited, though Kora spoke to no one who had attended.
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An Interview with Genevieve Valentine

Genevieve Valentine has long been entertaining us with her self-inflicted viewings of terrible movies and the consequent reviews. She also writes some fine nonfiction and has become quite a popular blogger.
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Undercity

That day, the complacent city received three warnings. No one bothered to take notice. The city listened only to itself.
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