BCS Audio Vault 025: And Blow Them at the Moon

Issue #207

Introduced by the author, explaining how she works the plots of her Onyx Court historical fairie novels and stories into history without sidelining the actions taken by real people, using the moral dilemmas faced by the characters.


A church grim like Magrat could taste death, scent it on the air, feel it in the marrow of her bones. Every mortal carried a little bit; death was always a possibility, from accident or disease. But sometimes the possibility grew stronger, closer, when a man stood at a fork in the road, then chose the path that led toward peril.

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Read “And Blow Them at the Moon” by Marie Brennan, in Issue #50

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