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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.
Mar 14, 2019 · 4,994 words (19 minutes) · 1 like · 87 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?
Mar 7, 2019 · 8,871 words (33 minutes) · 13 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.