Narrated by Michael J. DeLuca.

Even in human-shape, I had an excellent sense of smell. I had no difficulty tracking the pilot. She lay on her side in the lee of a chunk of rubble, apparently asleep. The remains of a Brick Ration's wrapper had been tossed to the side. She had downed all of it, which impressed me. But then, I'd heard that piloting was hungry work.

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Read “Foxfire, Foxfire” by Yoon Ha Lee, in Issue #194 - Science-Fantasy Month 3

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Yoon Ha Lee's short fiction has appeared on, in Clarkesworld, and nine times previously in Beneath Ceaseless Skies, including “The Starship and the Temple Cat” in BCS Science-Fantasy Month 4, which was a finalist for the Locus Award and the Sturgeon Award. He is the author of the Machineries of Empire trilogy, and his standalone fantasy Phoenix Extravagant is forthcoming from Solaris Books in June 2020.  Yoon lives in Louisiana with his family and an extremely lazy cat and has not yet been eaten by gators.  Visit him online at

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