Tag Archives: A. Merc Rustad

Sunday recs: Hopeful fiction

The world’s been an awful place lately, so I think it’s a good time to read some hopeful fiction. So here are three such stories: Songbird by Shveta Thakrar (in Flash Fiction Online): a gorgeous tale about music and identity, … Continue reading

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Sunday recs

Three powerful stories this Sunday: A Fist of Permutations in Lightning and Wildflowers, by Alyssa Wong (on Tor.com). This story about weather-bending sisters and apocalypses is quite personally painful for me. But good, so good! Not an easy story, but … Continue reading

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Sunday recs: Stories + novels

Sunday recs! Featuring three delightful short stories, and two excellent novels. Tomorrow When We See the Sun by A. Merc Rustad (in Lightspeed) – a weird and cool space opera. A dark atmosphere but so beautiful. Merc’s worldbuilding is great, … Continue reading

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Sunday recs

I’ve had a flu for the past eight days and it doesn’t seem to be going away. I think it’s going and then… back it comes, mostly in the form of a sore throat. So, I haven’t had any extra … Continue reading

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