Audio Fiction
BCS 241: Black, Like Earth

“You most cover it up,” Aksá says, startling me. They hand me long strips of torn fabric. “Let no one know.”

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BCS 240: Revival

If she were darker brown, might she disappear into the shadows altogether?

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BCS 239: The Two-Bullet War

Mila kept herself still like a statue, like the weapon she was supposed to be, even though inside she was screaming no, I will not, you can’t just ask me to do that.

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BCS 238: The Bone Flute Quartet

In no time at all, I was flying south over fields and forest, as true as an assassin's arrow.

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BCS 237: Fury at the Crossroads

Furious Jackson reclined on the banks of the BlackDog river and strummed her guitar for an audience of dead cypress.

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BCS 236: The Red Honey Witch

But most of all she hated the bees, who buzzed about her head and asked to be let in.

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BCS 235: Undercurrents

Rory nods. The bullets are Lutean-made, salt and iron and whatever special magic they use to make them potent against rivers.

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BCS 234: New Horizons

Now Chester is a disciple. An acolyte to the rails. And this was to be their final pilgrimage.

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BCS 233: When Sirens Sing of Roses and of Delegated Power

“Much of what we have in our lives originated as ideas in the human world—even in your parlour furniture.” Velia was always too happy to point out the obvious.

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