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C. L. Kagmi is an award-winning and bestselling author of short fiction. Prior to writing and editing full-time, she studied Neuroscience at the University of Michigan and worked in laboratory and clinical research for seven years.
Her short stories have been translated into two languages, and have appeared in multiple anthologies including "Writers of the Future Vol. 33 (2017)," "Compelling Science Fiction: The First Collection (2019)," and "Weird World War III" which is upcoming from Baen Books.
Published May 16, 2020 · 1,917 words (7 minutes) · 5 likes · 445 views
Jackson, staring down the specter of extinction, chose his own human host carefully. But not as carefully as he’s chosen his “daughter,” a 7-year-old girl who will become his species’ last hope.
Author C. L. Kagmi studied neuroscience and worked in laboratory and clinical research for seven years before becoming a full-time editor and award-winning short fiction author.