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Just re-read “Autumn in the Dying Light” by Brian Koukol. It's the best story I've read written from the perspective of a person with a disability, and quite a clever vision for how life for the future will impact the lives of people with limited mobility. Quite impressed by how Koukol took memory recording technology and turned it into the protagonist's side hustle.
This quarterly magazine of SF, Fantasy & Horror represents a wide range of voices (with a particular focus on Canadian authors) plus some behind-the-scenes editorial conversation. The publisher is quite keen to find new and under-representative voices, and their efforts have yielded a very entertaining collection.
Was given this book as a gift, and was not sure as it was outside my normal genre of literature. I was pleasantly surprised at how much I enjoyed the collection of stories and poems. Especially intriguing was "Bang the Drum" by Andy Dibble, with its story of justice, envy, and amnesty.