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Last week's reading (and a little beyond that)
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The stories I loved, yeah, an update.

From Asimov's, December 2007, "The Rules" by Nancy Kress and "Do (This)" by Stephen Graham Jones.

From Interzone, September-October 2007, my last issue, alas, but an interesting issue and a strong issue too, imho, "Feelings of the Flesh" by Douglas Elliot Cohen, "A Handful of Pearls" by Beth Bernobich, "Jihad" by Will McIntosh and "The Algorithm" by Tim Akers.

From Realms of Fantasy, December 2007, "On Tuesday It Rained Horned Toads" by Joe Murphy and "The White Isle" by Von Carr. This issue really excelled in the selections. I also enjoyed stories by Graham Edwards, Richard Parks, Sandra McDonald and David Barr Kirtley.

From The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, December 2007, "The Bone Man" by Frederic S. Durbin, "Finisterra" by David Moles, "Stray" by Benjamin Rosenbaum and David Ackert and "Don't Ask" by M. Rickert.

Okay, the earlier readings.

From Tin House, Volume 9, Number 1, Fantastic Women, "Lemonade" by Aimee Bender, "The Young Wife's Tale" by Sarah Shun-Lien Bynum, "The Wilds" by Julia Elliot, "Light" by Kelly Link, "Drive-Through House" by Julia Slavin and "A Hard Worker" by Gina Zucker.

From Coyote Road, edited by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling, "Realer Than You" by Christopher Barzak, "The Fiddler of Bayou Teche" by Delia Sherman, "How Raven Made His Bride" (poem) by Theodora Goss, "Crow Road" by Charles de Lint, "The Chamber Music of Animals" by Katherin Vaz, "Honored Guest" by Ellen Kusher, "Black Rock Blues" by Will Shetterly, "The Constable of Abal" by Kelly Link, "A Reversal of Fortunes" by Holly Black, "God Clown" by Carol Emshwiller, "The Other Labyrinth" by Jedediah Berry, "The Dreaming Wind" by Jeffrey Ford and "The Evolution of Trickster Stories Among the Dogs of North Park After the Change" by Kij Johnson.

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Kij is an awesome writer and an awesome person.

Her story in CR was one of the most awesome stories I've read this year. I believe it's going to be on a ballet somewhere, not to mention in Best collections.

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