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Introduced by the author, in an interview conducted and engineered by M.K. Hobson, explaining the story’s element that oppression can link people together and can tear people apart.
A truth about rivers: we have always been able to draw our water together into solid bodies, to walk on two legs. But it is not without risk, and not without cost. We lose much of ourselves in the transformation, and if there's not enough of us to start with, well...
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