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ACT ONE: Tori McNulty has problems. As she’s putting her life back together, she’s attacked in Boston's South End. She doesn’t remember much: mostly blood-drenched pavement and the crumpled body of her assailant. The good news is that she’s uninjured and not a murder suspect. The bad news is the obnoxious young man in 18th century dress shadowing her and confusing, violent...more
(first published March 8th 2010)
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A geologist turned web programmer turned writer and graphic artist, Nancy Brauer has yet to decide what she wants to be when she grows up. She's been writing, drawing, and cracking open rocks for as long as she can remember. Nancy divides her time between freelance web and graphic design, writing, and overly ambitious DIY projects. Her latest works are a short story in the anthology Other Sides ,...moreMore about Nancy Brauer...