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What I Read, 2017 Week 1

Total Count: 5 pieces of short fiction | 60 poems

January 1: “Long Time Lurker, First Time Bomber” by Mason Edwards, FIYAH 1: Rebirth, Winter 2017. Short fiction.

January 1:Loneliness Is in Your Blood” by Cadwell Turnbull, Nightmare 52, January 2017. Short story; 2,100 words.

January 2:In the Middle of Maize Country” by Omar Sakr, Twisted Moon 1, October 2016. Long poem; 110 lines.

January 3: “Except Thou Bless Me” by Nicasio Andrés Reed, Uncanny 14, January/February 2017. Short poem; 18 lines.

January 3:In Lieu of the Stories My Santera Abuela Should Have Told Me Herself, This Poem” by Carlos Hernandez, Uncanny 14, January/February 2017. Long poem; 226 lines.

January 3: You Are Happy by Margaret Atwood, Harper & Row, 1974. Approx. 57 poems.

January 5: “The White Dragon” by Alyssa Wong, in Upside Down: Inverted Tropes in Storytelling, eds. Jaym Gates & Monica Valentinelli, Apex Publications, 2016. Short fiction.

January 6: Next Station, Shibuya” by Iori Kusano, Apex Magazine 92, January 2017. Short story; 3,700 words.

January 7:Bodies Stacked Like Firewood” by Sam J. Miller, Uncanny 14, January/February 2017. Short story; 6,800 words.

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    By: S. Qiouyi Lu

    S. Qiouyi Lu is a writer, artist, narrator, and translator; their fiction has appeared in Strange Horizons, and their poetry has been published in inkscrawl and Liminality. A dread member of the queer Asian SFFH illuminati, S. currently lives in Columbus, Ohio with a tiny black cat named Thin Mint. You can visit their site at s.qiouyi.lu or follow them on Twitter as @sqiouyilu.

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