Geoffrey W. Cole’s award-winning short fiction has appeared in such publications as Apex, Clarkesworld, Escape Pod, Reckoning, and Imaginarium 2012: The Year’s Best Canadian Speculative Writing. His stories have been translated into Catalan, French, Hungarian, Italian, Romanian, and Spanish and have been produced as podcasts. In 2016, he won the Premis Ictineu for best story translated into Catalan. He lives with his wonderful wife, three sons, and giant hound outside Toronto, Canada. Visit Geoff at www.geoffreywcole.com or @geoffreywcole.
That much, your mother and I have in common.
Dori had said into the Lorist’s old ear, “The crow came to me. He flew up to my windowsill and sang. He left his.”
With an introduction from the author, explaining their beliefs on the story’s theme of individual freedom and autonomy.
Geoffrey W. Cole