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interview by Joe Vaz

I believe "God of Light" was one of several stories that came out of my desire to show my Lit professors (some who told me that writing SFF was a sure way not to get an A in their classes) that SFF was as good as literary fiction and revealed humanity just as well. I received A's in every class, so I think I made my point.

From Issue 16 (Dec 2011)
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by Domyelle Rhyse

Ilkyia watched the starship arc upward, a brilliant star in the pre-dawn sky. She was fascinated by the ships of the dead, despite being only six years old. Three-year-old Reyna tugged at her hand, curious about everything but the ship above them. Their parents huddled protectively around them, keeping them close. Even though sparks of brilliant fire lit the entire city, Ilkyia imagined she knew exactly which one held her older sister.

From Issue 16 (Dec 2011)
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