Far Fetched Fables No 16 An Owomoyela and Benjamin Rosenbaum

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First Story: “Of Men and Wolves” by An Owomoyela


I woke with salt on my face, ghost trails of the night’s tears. My skin was cold. Even my back was cold where my husband should have rested; he was gone, and I should have enjoyed that aloneness. Instead a noise from the verandah roused me: a soft scuffle against the swept clay, coupling with wet, insistent sounds.


It turned my stomach. I pulled my beddress tight around me, and went out.


An Owomoyela is a neutrois author with a background in web development, linguistics, and weaving chain maille out of stainless steel fencing wire, whose fiction has appeared in a number of venues including Clarkesworld, Asimov’s, Lightspeed, and a... For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy