Short Stories 366:171 — “Psychometry, or Gone with the Dust,” by Craig Laurance Gidney

I've talked before about how the first story in a collection has to pull more than its own weight, and here's another shining example of a story that pulls it off perfectly. "Psychometry, or Gone with the Dust," opens Skin Deep Magic: Short Fiction with this sense of precarious balance between the magic, the real, … Continue reading Short Stories 366:171 — “Psychometry, or Gone with the Dust,” by Craig Laurance Gidney