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Thursday, December 14, 2017

From the SHOWCASE archives...

Fiction: • “Under the Shimmering Lights,” by Jamie Lackey •


Kirima’s ice skates hissed as she glided across her frozen pond. Four smooth strokes, then three crossovers, her left foot over her right, then four more strokes. Her skates left gouges and a trail of ice shavings. Her hair clung to her temples, and her breath misted in the cold air.

She hated the cold and the short hours of thin gray sunlight. As a child, she’d dreamed of hot winds and brown mountains and regularly spaced days and nights.

But she had always loved the dancing lights, and she came home when her grandmother wrote to beg her to save them...

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P.S. And watch for Jamie’s new story, “The Life Tree,” in Stupefying Stories #18!

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