Narrated by Stephanie Malia Morris.

“Give me my shit back,” Fury growled. The sight of her guitar awoke righteous rage in her. It was hers, the last remnant of her family and people, the last thing she carried from her home as it was destroyed, burned in humanity’s war against its divine. Besides Fury herself, the guitar was the only thing that remained to prove that her parents’ love had existed.

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Read “Fury at the Crossroads” by Troy L. Wiggins, in Issue #276

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Troy L. Wiggins is an award-winning writer and editor from Memphis, Tennessee. His short fiction has appeared in the Griots: Sisters of the Spear, Long Hidden: Speculative Fiction From the Margins of History, and Memphis Noir anthologies, and has appeared or is forthcoming in Expanded Horizons, Fireside, and Uncanny magazines. His essays and criticism have appeared in the Memphis Flyer, Literary Orphans Magazine, People of Colo(u)r Destroy Science Fiction, Strange Horizons, PEN America, and on Tor.com. Troy is Co-Editor of Fiyah Magazine of Black Speculative Fiction. He is a 2018 World Fantasy Award winner and the most recent inductee to the Dal Coger Memorial Hall of Fame. He infrequently blogs about writing, nerd culture, and race at afrofantasy.net. Troy lives in Memphis with his wife, Kimberly, and Jojo, their tiny dog. Follow him on Twitter at @TroyLWiggins.

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