Smoke Billows, Soot Falls

  • Title: Smoke Billows, Soot Falls
  • Author: Lisa L. Hannett
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 171
  • Format: Paperback
  • Smoke Billows Soot Falls On busy days Amund Endqvist can ghost fifty people before lunch and half again as many by closing time After working in the Korgodok for nearly twenty years he is expert at keeping Hakodeshi prisons
    On busy days Amund Endqvist can ghost fifty people before lunch, and half again as many by closing time After working in the Korgodok for nearly twenty years, he is expert at keeping Hakodeshi prisons empty, its streets cleaner than ever in the city s long history Without complaint, Amund has performed this public service, hunched over a Davenport in the old church s na On busy days Amund Endqvist can ghost fifty people before lunch, and half again as many by closing time After working in the Korgodok for nearly twenty years, he is expert at keeping Hakodeshi prisons empty, its streets cleaner than ever in the city s long history Without complaint, Amund has performed this public service, hunched over a Davenport in the old church s nave Until today his work has been automatic, swift, and clear.But when his wife s file crosses Amund s desk, an insistent inner voice whispers rebellion What has Yvonne done Does she deserve to lose her life And will Amund be the one to ghost her

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    About Lisa L. Hannett


    1. Lisa s stories have appeared in Clarkesworld Magazine, Fantasy Magazine, Weird Tales, ChiZine, Shimmer and Ann Jeff VanderMeer s Steampunk Reloaded, among other places Her work has won three Aurealis Awards, and has appeared on Locus s Recommended Reading List as well as in The Year s Best Australian Fantasy and Horror 2010, 2011, 2012 , and Imaginarium The Best Canadian Speculative Fiction 2012, 2013.Her first collection of short stories, Bluegrass Symphony, won the 2011 Aurealis Award for Best Collection, and has been nominated for a World Fantasy Award for Best Collection.Her first novel, Lament for the Afterlife, was published by ChiZine Publications in 2015 Midnight and Moonshine co authored with Angela Slatter was published in 2012.


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    1. Amund Endqvist has worked in the Korgodok for nearly twenty years and can now ghost fifty people before lunch and half again as many by closing time. Until today, his work has been automatic, swift and clear but when his wife’s file crosses his desk, an insistent inner voice whispers rebellion. After a publishing gap, this marks the welcome return of the Spectral Press chapbook line and features a dense, complicated tale from the excellent Lisa Hannett. Set in an unnamed time, the situation is [...]

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