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Ruthanna Emrys

Ruthanna Emrys lives in a mysterious manor house in the outskirts of Washington DC with her wife and their large, strange family. She makes home-made vanilla, obsesses about game design, gives unsolicited advice, occasionally attempts to save the world, and blogs sporadically about these things at her Livejournal. Her stories have appeared in a number of venues, including Strange Horizons and Analog. Ruthanna Emrys lives in a mysterious manor house in the outskirts of Washington DC with her wife and their large, strange family. She makes home-made vanilla, obsesses about game design, gives unsolicited advice, occasionally attempts to save the world, and blogs sporadically about these things at her Livejournal. Her stories have appeared in a number of venues, including Strange Horizons and Analog.

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Square House, Door in Front: Kiera Lesley’s “Concerning the Upstairs Bathroom”

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Follow the Yellow Brick Road off a Cliff: Max Gladstone’s Last Exit (Part 14)

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Selection from the book cover of The Weird, an anthology from editors Ann and Jeff VanderMeer

The Things We Do For Life Lists: Liz Williams’ “The Hide”

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Though This Be Madness, Yet There Is Method In’t: Max Gladstone’s Last Exit (Part 13)

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Memento Mori: Nadia Bulkin’s “Seven Minutes in Heaven”

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Into This World We’re Thrown: Max Gladstone’s Last Exit (Part 12)

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Bet You Didn’t Know You Could Get Into This Much Trouble Using Calculus, Redux: Algernon Blackwood’s “A Victim of Higher Space”

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Into the Creepy Clown Mouth: Max Gladstone’s Last Exit (Part 11)

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Have a Merry Scary Christmas: E. F. Benson’s “Between the Lights”

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