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By Christie Yant, from Issue #347 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies Online Magazine Introduced by the author, posing questions as to who stories belong to and whether they matter. I had hoped to tell you the first story in the summers to come. It is my sorrowful task to tell you all three, instead. More info »…
 
By Marissa Lingen, from Issue #341 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies Online Magazine Introduced by the author, discussing the story’s approach to characters and politics and to political systems. I don't want to make all our letters about shrews, love, but... I've attached a table I'd like to see filled out with different properties of the shrews and thei…
 
By Marissa Lingen, from Issue #341 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies Online Magazine Introduced by the author, discussing the story’s approach to characters and politics and to political systems. I don't want to make all our letters about shrews, love, but... I've attached a table I'd like to see filled out with different properties of the shrews and thei…
 
By Yoon Ha Lee, from Issue #340, Thirteenth Anniversary Double-Issue of Beneath Ceaseless Skies Online Magazine Introduced by the author, explaining the inspiration for the story and its ending note. This particular mermaid had named herself Essarala, which means seeks the stars in the language of tide and foam. More info »…
 
By Yoon Ha Lee, from Issue #340, Thirteenth Anniversary Double-Issue of Beneath Ceaseless Skies Online Magazine Introduced by the author, explaining the inspiration for the story and its ending note. This particular mermaid had named herself Essarala, which means seeks the stars in the language of tide and foam. More info »…
 
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