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Palimpsest, by Anders Åslund (1/20/14)
Fiction.
They say that when neural reconstruction was new, they tested the technique on a single mind. One single mind was transferred to new bodies over and over again.
Podcast: Palimpsest, by Anders Åslund, read by Anaea Lay (1/20/14)
Fiction.
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Anders Åslund's "Palimpsest."
Complicated and Stupid, by Charlie Jane Anders (8/5/13)
Fiction.
The doctor was a gray-haired woman with a tongue piercing and a faded bluebird tattoo on one exposed forearm. She wore a white coat over a lacy halter top and hotpants. She kept looking down Benjamin's throat with a penknife as if his malaise could be pharyngeal.
Podcast: Complicated and Stupid, by Charlie Jane Anders, read by Anaea Lay (8/5/13)
Fiction.
In this episode of the Strange Horizons podcast, editor Anaea Lay presents Charlie Jane Anders's "Complicated and Stupid."
I Have Placed My Sickness Upon You, by Karin Tidbeck (3/4/13)
Fiction.
"This is your new treatment," said Dr. Andersson. "It's the latest in experimental therapy."
I Have Placed My Sickness Upon You, by Karin Tidbeck read by Anaea Lay (3/4/13)
Fiction.
"This is your new treatment," said Dr. Andersson. "It's the latest in experimental therapy."
Source Decay, by Charlie Jane Anders (1/3/11)
Fiction.
"How could you?" Tara screamed when she reached their table. "How could you run around with her? In public? And she's my best friend!" Roberta was not Tara's best friend, although they had taken a pottery class together, years ago.
Lily Glass, by Veronica Schanoes (4/27/09)
Fiction.
The girl is gone from the castle and her stepmother wanders the corridors. Here is another way of saying the same thing: the girl wanders the corridors, but her stepdaughter is nowhere to be found.
The Refutation of Rosemont, by Barth Anderson (5/12/08)
Fiction.
Though Jeremiah Rosemont used his authority and status several years ago to liberate me from my tenure at Liggett & LaSalle, and the burden of the salary that went with it, my life's work is still a search for living, modern myths that make sense of the world—but more, that make the world.
Horatius and Clodia, by Charlie Anders (2/26/07)
Fiction.
"If you're a foreign currency, you can't come in," I said. "I'm not set up to do forex yet."
Into Something Rich and Strange, by Barth Anderson (11/29/04)
Fiction.
As soon as I realized that the rapacious, rot-sucking revenant would not stop till I was dead, I changed my phone number. I changed the locks on my windows, my doors, I let my beard grow out, and I changed—
Alone in the House of Mims, by Barth Anderson (4/26/04)
Fiction.
"Your celebrity impressions are hilarious," said Wyhoff, smiling. "I love your Dick Cheney as Lon Chaney as Wolfman eating the senator. Nicely layered. Each imitation distinct."
Bringweather and the Portal of Giving and Taking, by Barth Anderson, illustration by GAK (5/6/02)
Fiction.
"Suicide. Ha! The woman who pioneered prognostication using the Animus in urban decay?" Bringweather stuck his head in a Dumpster and his voice echoed as he said, "A solstice would sooner depart from the calendar. Ridiculous!"
Not to Mention Jack, by Charlie Anders (1/28/02)
Fiction.
Carol Vance lifted her balloon, seeking an altitude from which a falling body would have the chance to do some thinking on the way down.