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Issue #203 of Beneath Ceaseless Skies online magazine, featuring stories by Mishell Baker and Rachael K. Jones.
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Published June 28th 2016 by _Beneath Ceaseless Skies_ Online Magazine
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Jul 26, 2016 rated it it was ok
In both stories in this edition the main characters have very different lives during the day and during the night.

In 'Fire in the Haze' by Mishell Baker the main character has a past with a goblin, who helped her transform in what s/he is now. While the world is built from some fascinating, the reason the main character had such a strong bond with the goblin did not become clear for me. As that was the one of the main driving forces of the tale, a lot of it fell flat for me.

In 'The Night Bazaar
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Aug 10, 2016 rated it really liked it
Shelves: fantasy, magazines
Both stories in issue #203 of BCS deal with transformation, gender, and the strict roles of women and men in two very different societies and two very different settings. Both writers paint their worlds so vividly, and there are additional parallels between the two worlds that makes for a satisfying pairing. Both stories take place in urban centers; there are pathways through these cities that seem to be always in motion; both societies have beliefs that turn out to be false; the allowed relatio ...more
Sanaa Hyder
Sep 18, 2016 rated it really liked it
Overall rating: 3.5/5 stars

Fire in the Haze by Mishell Baker: 4/5 stars
This started out on an off note for me and I felt like it wouldn't quite be my cup of tea. But soon I found myself surrounded by a lovely atmosphere full of barges and boats and I was intrigued. It was also my first encounter with gender fluidity and Baker executed it really well by throwing seeresses, goblins and fairies into the mix. After I finished reading this short story, I learned that it's actually a sequel. So psyche
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