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Cover Reveal: So Quick Bright Things Come to Confusion by Caren Gussoff Sumption

When exo-geologist James Blackthorne volunteers to survey a newly-discovered planet, he falls for Aveliin, an indigenous Zil receiving an experimental drug designed to align the species’ sleep cycles with human ones. But, of course, “The course of true love never did run smooth.” Especially when it “was different in blood.”

Exclusive Interview with Julie C. Day by Matt Switliski

And then Joe McDermott at Vernacular Books reached out to me. He said, “I want you to be part of my anthology, The Way of the Laser, an anthology of near-future crime stories.” I’m usually not a fast writer. The idea was rather terrifying. I knew I’d need a crutch. So I went back through my Unfinished Projects folder and I grabbed my Driesch document.