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The Colors of Desire. Synthetic Tales of Everyday Life. Ecstasy Bound and Bedridden: I liked this story, but the ending was a bit spoiled by the introduction of another creature at the last minute; I would've preferred it without. About a house that's afraid of the dark, and the family that it seeks to protect who live inside it.

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The tale of the family unravels through a narrative, between snippets taken from the house's estate agent listing, which I thought worked really well. Nov 19, Andrea added it Shelves: I'll have to do this review in stages as I read.

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Have picked up a Clarkesworld submission, which I'll keep running for a while, to see whether I like the general style of the magazine impossible to judge from just one issue. Catherine Tobler First story is about space exploration having issues with the people on the ships murdering each other or having sex and then murdering each other , meaning only loners are any use for space travel. Made me wo I'll have to do this review in stages as I read.

Made me wonder how on earth small isolated tribes manage not to murder each other. Bounced right off the style of the story and flipping through it. Aquatica by Maggie Clark Story about a gender-divided large, long-lived females, small, quickly-dying males aquatic race.

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Kind of high magic realism. Intriguing, sad, not particularly enjoyable.

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Very touching, and excellent use of magical realism to highlight feeling rather than being quirky for quirkiness sake. In high school I took a class about invertebrates and the teacher made us watch a documentary titled "sex on the coral reef" which we found extremely amusing about gigantic shells and all sorts of invertebrates ejaculating and releasing their eggs during the same night of the year.

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Something to to with the moon and water temperature, I guess. This story reminded me of that documentary, plus mosquito larvae moving in the water, if they were capable of philosophical musings. There were parts I skimmed, and I am not too clear about any revelations organ and host may have had, or if they matter at all. Nov 14, Steve rated it it was amazing Shelves: Really enjoyed the fiction in this issue, the first issue I've ever read.

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