Posts Tagged "kij johnson"

Wolf Trapping

by on Jul 3, 2012 in Short Fiction | 1 comment

By Kij Johnson Richard was recording his entry on the day’s hunt when the wolf’s scream of pain cut through the walls of the cabin. He dropped his pen on the open page. He’d seen a rabbit snare a few weeks ago. The trapper must have returned with traps for the valuable wolves. At least...

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An Interview with Kij Johnson

by on Jul 3, 2012 in Interviews | 1 comment

By Maggie Slater Kij Johnson’s fantastic imagination and thoughtful prose has garnered her recognition in nearly every corner of the science fiction and fantasy community. Her fiction appears regularly on the Hugo Award final ballots, and she’s received three Nebula Awards and brought...

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