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Fiction: Override by David Rae

"I didn’t think I would turn up. There was no reason to turn up. All night I had dreams. I should have turned the sleep app on. But they were good dreams. Even if they weren’t real, even if they were just bio tricks, they were good dreams."

Fiction: Mirror by Meg Hafdahl

Sometimes she would stop and remind herself that Emily Dickinson hadn’t worried about such trivial matters as belly fat and chin acne. And the Bronte sisters had more to concern themselves with than the curve of their noses or the flush of their cheeks.