Posts Tagged "decomposition"


by on May 1, 2012 in Short Fiction | 1 comment

By Rachel Swirsky PART ONE: LIVING New Year’s celebrations crashed through the streets of Whitcry in a din of masks and swirling petticoats. Pottery smashed against cobbles, women’s shouts echoed from garrets, men groaned and fought and pissed. Sour smells of alcohol and vomit mingled in...

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