SFWA member @eugiefoster's short story, "Requiem Duet, Concerto for Flute and Voodoo," was published by Daily Science Fiction. #
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In Tabat, Beasts — magical creatures like dryads, minotaurs, and centaurs — question a social order forcing them into its lowest level. Meanwhile the city has lost one of its most beloved heroes, gladiator Bella Kanto.
An MIT trained civil engineer with a second degree in Art & Design, Christine decided writing was a higher calling. After 75 published books, she sold her first young adult series, The Lost Tribes. She lives in Kansas City and is working on book 2.