‘She set the flute back in its box, trying not to cry. Trying to think of it as any other broken instrument, and not the final filament binding her to home.’

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‘I bought a slim Edwardian terrace with the money Mum left me. It declared itself a house of dead things right away. Old houses can’t help doing that. The years accumulate inside them, dense as tree rings.’

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G. V. Anderson’s short stories have won a World Fantasy Award, a British Fantasy Award, and been nominated for a Nebula. Her work can be found in Strange Horizons, Lightspeed and Tor.com, as well as anthologies such as The Year’s Best Dark Fantasy & Horror.

She lives and works in Dorset, UK, and is currently writing her first novel.

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