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Jordan Kurella

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Jordan Kurella is a queer and disabled author who grew up all over the world (including Moscow and Manhattan), and in their past lives was a radio DJ, barista, and social worker. Their work has been published in Apex Magazine, Beneath Ceaseless Skies, and Strange Horizons. Their work has been featured in the Barnes & Noble Short Fiction Roundup; been nominated for Best of the Net; taught at Iowa State University; and mentioned in AC Wise’s Non-Binary Authors to Read column.

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How to Make an Arcadian Bouche de Noël

Published Dec 2, 2020 · 231 words (1 minute) · 200 views

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Recipe instructions from Arcadia on a traditional spin on an old French holiday favorite.

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I chased Little Red into the woods during the first snow fall in Chicago!
If you like this photograph please credit my website! www.StillsByHernan.com

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Paradox for Lost Causes

Published Nov 5, 2019 · 3,864 words (15 minutes) · 811 views

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Lovelorn Z has the time travel opportunity of a lifetime, so they're using their 10 trips back in time to win back the heart of their girlfriend Una, who left them after an epic fight on New Year's Eve, 2022. However, time travel mixes up Z's memory, and time itself becomes jumbled up.

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Helen of Sorrows

Published Aug 10, 2019 · 3,877 words (15 minutes) · 379 views

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Helen is a psychiatrist, grieving the loss of her husband. But when she finds his skeleton in a sinkhole in her back yard, the grief becomes complicated, and things that once made sense, stop making sense entirely.

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The True and Otherworldly Origins of the Name 'Calamity Jane'

Published Apr 21, 2018 · 3,583 words (14 minutes) · 1 like · 555 views

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