All Of Us Can Almost...
Sci Fiction, 2004
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|Book Type:||Short Story|
|Genre:||Science-Fiction / Fantasy|
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This story of birds who have lost the power of flight is about the confluence of gender roles, power plays, sex, pride, and desperation. So of course it is very funny.
This story originally appeared in on Sci Fiction, November 17, 2004. It can also be found in the anthologies Science Fiction: The Best of 2004, edited by Karen Haber and Jonathan Strahan, The James Tiptree Award Anthology 2 (2006), edited by Karen Joy Fowler, Pat Murphy, Debbie Notkin and Jeffrey D. Smith, and Digital Domains: A Decade of Science Fiction & Fantasy (2010), edited by Ellen Datlow. The story is included in the collection The Collected Stories of Carol Emshwiller Vol. 2 (2016).
Read this story online for free at the Sci Fiction archive.
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