BCS 047: More Full of Weeping Than You Can Understand

Issue #54

Read by T.D. Edge.

For the first few years, Violet only passed information, while the reports of faery incursions began to grow. Then—when they went to London for her introduction into society—three things happened. The faeries turned the Prime Minister’s fingers into twigs and his eyes into acorns. Papa died. And Thomas discovered what she was.


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Read “More Full of Weeping Than You Can Understand” by Rosamund Hodge, in Issue #53, Second Anniversary Double-Issue

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Rosamund Hodge is a graduate of Oxford and Viable Paradise. She lives in Seattle, Washington. Her story "More Full of Weeping Than You Can Understand" appeared in BCS #53. Visit her online at www.rosamundhodge.net.

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