Posts Tagged "sarah monette"

To Die for Moonlight

by on Jul 2, 2013 in Short Fiction | 2 comments

I cut off her head before I buried her. I had no tools suitable to the task–only my pocketknife and the shovel–and it was a long, grisly, abhorrent job, but I had to do it, and I did. I could not leave the chance that she might return. I...

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Welcome to the Reformation, Bitches

by on Feb 5, 2013 in Nonfiction | 12 comments

by Sarah Monette   At the end of the first act of Hamlet, the Prince of Denmark has a problem. Now, what you think that problem is depends on how you understand what has just happened. Let’s start with what we know. We know Hamlet, King of Denmark, is...

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Coyote Gets His Own Back

by on Jul 3, 2012 in Short Fiction | 4 comments

By Sarah Monette Luther shot the coyote bitch on Wednesday. She didn’t make a sound, just fell ass over teakettle into the defile, blood blooming across her neck and chest. She was dead—there was no doubt about that, then or later. It put Luther in a foul mood. He’s...

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The Yellow Dressing Gown

by on Dec 6, 2011 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

By Sarah Monette Of all the curators at the Samuel Mather Parrington Museum, I liked Michael Overton the least. He was a loud, bustling, back-slapping man, red-faced and brash and quite, quite stupid. There was, I believe, no particular malice in him, but there was no particular good, either,...

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