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Free Fiction Friday: M. Rickert

M. Rickert’s stories have been appearing regularly in F&SF for several years now, starting in 1999 with her first publication, “The Girl Who Ate Butterflies.” Her work has also appeared in SCI FICTION and the anthology Feeling Very Strange, and has been nominated for the Nebula Award. Her collection, Map of Dreams, won the William L. Crawford Award for best first book-length work of fantasy and the World Fantasy Award for best collection.

"Bread and Bombs" first appeared in our April 2003 issue; it was subsequently reprinted in my post-apocalyptic anthology Wastelands: Stories of the Apocalypse and can be found online on the anthology’s website.

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