Archive for July, 2021

sing to it, by amy hempel

What if you are someone who does not know when something is over?

a psalm for the wild-built, by becky chambers

…it is enough to exist in the world and marvel at it. You don’t need to justify that, or earn it. You are allowed to just live.

code girls, by liza mundy

It was a nice posting; the intercept operators could hitchhike into San Francisco. Chamberlain began fiddling with her dial, trying to pick up the Hiroshima station she received. Hiroshima sent out a very good signal. Now all she got was dead air. There was nothing at all.