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Amy Sterling Casil is a 2002 Nebula Award nominee. Her short science fiction and fantasy has appeared in many anthologies and magazines ranging from The Magazine of Fantasy & Science Fiction to Zoetrope. She is also a nonfiction writer and has published 40 books (mostly non-fiction). She teaches English at Southern California community colleges and has a ludicrous, dramatic life story.
Published Mar 21, 2019 · 9,529 words (35 minutes) · 136 views
The Great Lord of the Mayan city Copan is dying and his only child The Lady will do anything to save the city. Humble jade carver Two Frog makes magical amulets, but he is so far beneath The Lady he cannot even look at her face. Make me a man! I want to live forever! The Lady demands . . . but fate has another plan for Two Frog and The Lady.
Published Mar 14, 2019 · 4,994 words (19 minutes) · 1 like · 180 views
Gary and Carolyn's son Denny would never have lived more than a few weeks if they hadn't given him gene therapy before he was born. Then he started having trouble with math. So the gene doctor fixed him. He gained a little weight. So the gene doctor fixed him. Now Denny's a teen and his father wonders ... is he still my son or is he a perfect stranger?
Published Mar 7, 2019 · 8,871 words (33 minutes) · 72 views
Mel's 16, blind, and in a wheelchair. She gets the chance to become one of the first interstellar pilots but she doesn't want to leave John, the man she loves, behind.