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Jaymee Goh

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Jaymee Goh is a writer of fiction, poetry, and academese from Malaysia who moved to Canada for tertiary education. She is a graduate of the Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writing Workshop 2016, and her creative work has been published in Strange Horizons, Lightspeed Magazine and Interfictions Online. Her non-fiction has appeared in Steampunk III: Steampunk Revolution, and Science Fiction Studies. She co-edited The Sea is Ours: Tales of Steampunk Southeast Asia (Rosarium Publishing), and edited The WisCon Chronicles Vol. 11: Trials By Whiteness (Aqueduct Press). Recently, she finished her PhD in Comparative Literature at the University of California, Riverside; her dissertation is on multiculturalism and whiteness in steampunk.

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“When God had made The Man, he made him out of stuff that sung all the time and glittered all over. Some angels got jealous and chopped him into millions of pieces, but still he glittered and hummed. So they beat him down to nothing but sparks but each little spark had a shine and a song. So they covered each one over with mud. And the lonesomeness in the sparks make them hunt for one another.”
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“Have you no respect for the past? For what was thought and believed by your foremothers?”
“Why, no,” she said. “Why should we? They are all gone. They knew less than we do. If we are not beyond them, we are unworthy of them—and unworthy of the children who must go beyond us.”
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