FarFetchedFables No 129 Camille Griep and Natalia Theodoridou
(Originally published on Daily Science Fiction.)
"So, uh, I've been meaning to ask. What's that?" He pointed at the fletching that poked out of a hole in her blouse, a few inches from her chest. It almost dipped in her bowl every time she bent to take a spoonful of soup.
She shrugged and looked away. "An arrow."
"An arrow." He mouthed the word slowly, as if trying to wrap his mind around each syllable.
Natalia Theodoridou is a media and cultural studies scholar, a dramaturge, and a writer of strange stories. Her fiction has appeared in Clarkesworld, Crossed Genres, Interfictions, and elsewhere. Find out more at natalia-theodoridou.com or follow @natalia_theodor on Twitter.
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(Originally published in Unidentified Funny Objects 3.)
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