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"Tunbi"

by Chikodili Emelumadu

Tunbi plucks the hair in my armpit and I nearly expire from pleasure. Each plucked hair resonates in the tips of my toes which curl, digging into the unyielding floor tiles. The ceiling fan spins, the gilded blades a golden blur. “Just a few more,” says Tunbi. Pluck, pluck. I feel a trickle of urine drip from within me. I squeeze my thighs together to stop the flow. This is a thing one rarely gives any thought, stopping urine. But under Tunbi’s nimble fingers, it proves too much of an effort. I grind down on my teeth. I swallow the saliva that would have dribbled out from my slack-jawed face, focusing on the movement up and down of my gullet, on Tunbi’s honey-coloured eyes, her warm breath on my skin, the tight cropped curls on the nape of her neck. “There,” she says. “All done,” she rolls the boil gingerly […]Read More...

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Short Story Review: Each to Each by Seanan McGuire

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Series: Lightspeed Magazine, June 2014 (Women Destroy Science Fiction special issue) (Volume 49) Short Story Title: Each to Each by Seanan McGuire Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (June 1, 2014) ISBN-10: 1499508344 Cost: $12.34 EBook: $3.99 Link to the Short Story: Each to Each Let me start by saying that the June issue of Lightspeed rocks and contains some of the best short stories I’ve read in a while and it’s all contained in one spot – just brilliant stuff from authors such as Seanan McGuire, Kris Millering, Heather Clitherone, N.K. Jemisin, Rhonda Eikamp, Gabriella Stalker, Charlie Jane Anders, Maria Dahvana Headley, Amal El-Mohtar, Elizabeth Porter Birdsall and K.C. Norton. I cracked the book while sitting in the French Broad Chocolate Lounge in Ashville, North Carolina – second floor overlooking the street on a rainy day. While sipping a café latte, I read Each to Each, by Seanan McGuire, a […] Read More & Comment...


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