Posts Tagged "mary robinette kowal"

Body Language

by on Sep 3, 2013 in Short Fiction | 2 comments

Saskia leaned into the darkness above the stage, only vaguely aware of the wood rail against her hips as she retied the left headstring on her marionette. On the stage below, the Snow Queen’s head eased into balance. The marionette telegraphed its stance back up the strings to the...

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Weaving Dreams (v2)

by on Mar 12, 2013 in Short Fiction | 0 comments

by Mary Robinette Kowal Eva tossed her backpack on the picnic bench and hollered to Giancarlo. “I’m heading to the creek to cut some willow branches for the summoning spell.”The historian strode up the hill from their car with his gear slung over one shoulder and...

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Weaving Dreams

by on Oct 2, 2012 in Short Fiction | 4 comments

Note from Editor-in-Chief Lynne M. Thomas: Mary Robinette Kowal requested the opportunity to revise this story, after a reader pointed out that parts of the story perpetrated racist and colonialist tropes. Mary and I had both missed this.   We discussed this issue, agreed that we had...

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An Interview with Mary Robinette Kowal

by on Oct 2, 2012 in Interviews | 0 comments

by Maggie Slater   APEX MAGAZINE: To start off, I just finished reading “Weaving Dreams,” and had to ask: what was the genesis of this story? How did the idea of combining Native American legend and European Fae mythology come to you, and what in particular sparked the passion to write...

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Tomorrow and Tomorrow

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

By Mary Robinette Kowal The moment Tuyet walked into the Dagenais’s compartment, she knew something was different.  The usual pack of dogs swarmed around her, distracting her, before she figured out that the compartment smelled different.  Not bad–not like the times they had...

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