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Inhalations: Collected Works, Volume 1

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Werewolves travel to other planets to see what effects non-Earth moons have on them. Birds and humans swap bodies. People sell their knowledge of a language to get ahead. An app summons nightmares directly to your home. Mermaid hunting takes a dark turn between ex-lovers. From short stories to book reviews, poetry to translations, S. Qiouyi Lu's work covers a wide variety of styles, topics, and themes that appeal to fans of speculative fiction. Inhalations is a comprehensive collection of S. Qiouyi Lu's work first published between 2015 and 2019, many of which are not available online.

About the Author

S. Qiouyi Lu writes, translates, and edits between two coasts of the Pacific. Their fiction and poetry have appeared in Asimov’s, F&SF, and Strange Horizons, and their translations have appeared in Clarkesworld. They edit the flash fiction and poetry magazine Arsenika. You can find out more about S. at their website, s.qiouyi.lu.

Table of Contents

Fiction

1. Introduction to the Journal of Interplanetary Lycan Studies, Volume 1, Issue 1

2. The Shapeshifter Unraveled

3. Her Sacred Spirit Soars

4. As Dark As Hunger

5. Double-Edged

6. Mother Tongues

7. What Could Be

8. Vector

9. A Complex Filament of Light

10. At Your Dream’s Edge

11. An Abundance of Fish

12. Curiosity Fruit Machine

13. From Something Emerging

14. Th Fifth Lttr

15. Someone’s Checking You Out Right Now!

Poetry

1. Inhalations

2. The Lies You Learned

3. Consistencies

4. Parallax

5. Children of the Geese

6. Badwater

7. Flashover

8. 肉骨茶 (Meat Bone Tea)

9. Particularities

Nonfiction

1. Steel Crow Saga Decolonizes Epic Fantasy with Style

2. The Poppy War Is a Dark Fantasy Steeped in Powerful, Painful Historical Fact

3. The Sisters of the Vast Black: A Mission to the Stars

4. Jin Yong’s A Hero Born: A Legendary Chinese Epic Travels West

5. Must-Watch TV: Into the Badlands

6. An Outcast Romance Facing the Apocalypse

7. Cry Pilot Is the Closest Thing to an Immersive Cyberpunk FPS Video Game Between Two Covers

8. The Persistence of Memories

9. Southeast Asian Retrofuturism

10. In the Darkly Humorous All My Colors, a Jerk Rewrites a Novel Only He Can Remember

11. Disabled People Destroy Science Fiction! Poetry Introduction

12. F&SF Interview with S. Qiouyi Lu

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47,000
Publication Date
February 18, 2020
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