All  they want is to wait their turn to get their prescription filled. But on Ganymede, rife with classism, oppression, and opportunities, tempers can erupt into violence, with life-altering change never far behind. (via Luna Station Quarterly).

The last story in my Ganymede Triptych (the first two stories are Ganymede Nights and Ganymede Riots. Free to read. SF, 1,400 words. An interview with LSQ can be found here.

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Victoria Feistner is a novelist, a graphic designer, and an artisan in equal parts, although some of those parts are more equal than others. She resides in Toronto with her husband and two fur children, also known as cats.

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