There was stuff I *really* did like – gender fluidity, non-CIS sexuality and flirting, but the undercover spy thing and the generally light tone of the story didn’t work for me.
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An elegant updating of a classic SF short story.
Stories by Yoon Ha Lee and Chen Qiufan
An excellent story of shadows, origami folding weapons and vessels, smoke and hidden and unknown identities, desires but also duties.
Stories by Yoon Ha Lee and Ken Liu
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As ever, a strong collection of stories, albeit fairly ‘safe’ in terms of a relatively narrow range of sources.
A clever short story, an appetiser, that leaves you wanting more.
Sean McMullen. The Art of the Dragon. Dryly satirical tale in which a gigantic dragon appears and destroys the Eiffel Tower, then begins a world tour, destroying other notable buildings, statues and art collections. An observer of the initial attack enjoys celebrity status, and indeed has a greater role to play, his personal peculiarities putting […]