Female Science Fiction Writer: Collected Stories 2001-2012 by Amy Sterling Casil

By Amy Sterling Casil

Mint-addicted extraterrestrial beings. speaking horses. Little ladies in wheelchairs who get the opportunity to pilot starships. abnormal little jade carvers who keep the final nice Mayan urban via magic. an attractive wolf lady who saves a teddy undergo boy and her clown boyfriend's middle. A well-known director who cloned herself and now could be loss of life of melanoma, simply she's raised her clone like an ordinary baby. men on the finish of the area who notice they're no longer the world's maximum poet, they're approximately as undesirable because it gets.

Fourteen tales via award-winning technology fiction and myth author Amy Sterling Casil.

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