BCS 018: The Bone House

Issue #21

I like to carve. I like to sculpt. But the ironwood trees in the forest shatter even the finest blades. Father says that the war has changed them, that the magic of the battlemages has infected the land, and I have no cause to doubt him—he has been my educator and my window on the world. Bone is easier to shape.

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James Lecky is a writer based in Derry, Northern Ireland. His short fiction has appeared in or is forthcoming in a number of publications both in print and online including EDF, Mirror Dance, The Absent Willow Review, Sorcerous Signals, Emerald Eye: The Best Irish Imaginative Fiction, and The Phantom Queen Awakes. His random musings on various topics can be found on his blog, Tales From the Computerbank (http://jameslecky.blogspot.com).

He is also the author of "The Bone House" in BCS #20.

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