Wednesday, July 11, 2018

The Chariots, The Horsemen, by Stephanie Malia Morris

★★★☆☆ Average

(Modern Fantasy) A young woman discovers she has the ability to fly, just as her mother did. But her father thinks there’s something shameful about it, so she tries to suppress it. (1,661 words; Time: 05m)

"," by (edited by Jason Sizemore), appeared in issue 110, published on .

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Pro: She gathers the courage to fly to a new life and takes her mother with her.

Con: Flies where? There’s no air if you go very high. Obviously there’s supposed to be a symbolic meaning, but is there any more to it than just women throwing off the restrictions of the church?

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