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Even though he was a god, Daisuke always removed his shoes before he went inside. It was the polite thing to do.
He knocked on the sliding screen door.
“Come in,” a woman’s voice called.
Daisuke slid open the
I’m not a morning person – anything before 9.30am is stricly infra dig, sweetie (although work does like me to turn up at a reasonable hour), but this is a nice way to start the day.
One of the first reviews of Worlds Next Door over at Last Short Story (and via Aidan Doyle, he of Inksucker
Oh, c’mon, it’s been a long day.
Fantasy Magazine is running its annual Best Fantasy Story of 2009 Poll and Contest – you can go and vote for your faves. Keep an eye out for Lisa Hannett’s awesome The Good Window, Aliette de Bodard’s lovely Golden Lilies, and Aidan Doyle’s creepily numerate
Must. Mention. This. Story.
Reading by Numbers by my fellow Clarionite, Aidan Doyle, is over at Fantasy Magazine.
This story has a higher IQ than I do.