Posts Tagged "Anaea Lay"

Turning the Whisper

by on Sep 3, 2013 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

Don’t worry. I know you’re there. I can wait. § Mike was there when Pavi’s kidneys failed. He was there when her liver, swollen and scarred, shut down. And her heart. He floated in her thickening, clotting blood, pressing all the conscious focus he could fit into the nanites permeating...

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Your Cities

by on Jun 12, 2011 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

by Anaea Lay I was thinking of you. It was late and the lights in the bar were set low, creating the cozy, private feeling that you always found so depressing in those sorts of places. They’re my sort of place now, but there was nothing private about the mass of people pressing on...

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