Posts Tagged "ekaterina sedia"

Citizen Komarova Finds Love

by on Oct 12, 2010 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

By Ekaterina Sedia The very little town of N. was largely bypassed by the revolution—the red cavalries thundered by, stopping only to appropriate the ill-gotten wealth of Countess Komarova, the lone survivor of N.’s only noble family. The wealth was somewhat less than the appropriators...

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Fungal Gardens

by on Sep 8, 2009 in Short Fiction | 1 comment

By Ekaterina Sedia The phone call from Johnny came late that night, after nine, when I’d already decided that the dinner was a bust and was sadly finishing the entire pan of chimichangas. “David,” he said, and I immediately knew that he was not alone. Otherwise, he would’ve called me one...

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