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  1. Public Bookmark 23

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    A collection of fragments from Angharad Scott’s research and correspondence. In which another, less familiar, world is revealed, and stories are told.

    I have stood in the shadows of the lamassu. I have explored a Palace of unending rooms, utterly silent beyond the rushing of waters below and the caw of birds above. Your stories are true — and more than that, they are only a fraction of the stories that can be told.

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    16 Apr 2021

    Bookmarker's Notes

    This is a beautiful expansion (and in a sense a fix) of canon.

  2. Public Bookmark 23

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    “We're fleeing Radch space? Of course we are. I refused an order, and you...” She paused. Then, very clearly and feelingly, she said, “Fuck.”

    Sometimes the path of justice and beneficence is clear. Sometimes you have to make your own.

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    17 Jan 2021

  3. Public Bookmark 3

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    “…looking for somebody who was never lost.” –The Picts and the Martyrs

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    02 Jan 2021

  4. Public Bookmark 2

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    Letters from Nancy, Autumn 1933 to Winter 1934. Starting to set foot in the adult world.

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    02 Jan 2021

  5. Public Bookmark 38

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    In a minute, Shprintze thinks, the fiddler will say what every other neighbor has said: oy, what a trip! Are you sure you’ll be safe? Oh, well, but you’ll see your sister, and that meshuggeneh radical of hers, and maybe if you’ve the time you could bring a letter to my cousin, who lives in the Pod'iacheskii neighborhood –

    In fact what the fiddler says is: “Since you’re going, I’m thinking I might come with you.”

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    02 Jan 2021

    Bookmarker's Notes

    A beautiful and historically informed look at post-canon.