BCS #233 is out today, featuring stories of justice and breaking from norms.

Marissa Lingen (“Out of the Woods” in BCS #218 and podcast BCS 189, “Out of the Rose Hills” in BCS #173, “Cursed Motives” in BCS #105 and podcast BCS 091, “The Six Skills of Madame Lumiere” in BCS #46, among many others) returns to BCS with “Across Pack Ice, a Fire,” a story of seeking justice for another people and atonement for herself.

Mel Kassel offers “Gallows Girl,” in which a character questions her personal role in justice.

BCS #233 features a new episode of the BCS Audio Vault podcast: 027 Bent the Wing, Dark the Cloud by Fran Wilde, the tale of an apprentice craftswoman and her father who must confront themselves in order to save their business and family. It’s introduced by the author, explaining the story’s and characters’ connection to the Bone universe world of the story and her novels Updraft, Cloudbound, and Horizon.

The From the Archives story with BCS #233 is “The Judge’s Right Hand,” by J.S. Bangs, from BCS #79 and podcast BCS 070, a tale of justice and clashing against norms, not unlike offers “Gallows Girl.”

All behind a new crop of our cover art for late summer in the Northern Hemisphere: “Bird House” by Jordan Grimmer.

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