The Farmgirl and the Kitsune by Patrick Hurley. Narrated by J.S. Arquin. Featuring an afterword by Patrick Hurley. #Fantasy #Ghosts #Fiction #Japanese #Folktales
In a land far away, where dragon sages watch the stars and turtle gods rule the rivers, there was a girl named Ishiko, the only child of a prosperous farmer. She was small and quick, taking after her father, and smart and stubborn, taking after her mother.
Patrick Hurley worked as an editor for The Great Books Foundation in Chicago for ten years and then as an editorial project manager for Becker & Meyer Books in Seattle. Patrick has had short fiction professionally published in dozens of markets, including Galaxy's Edge, Cosmic Roots & Eldritch Shores, Flame Tree Publishing's Murder Mayhem Anthology, Hy Bender's forthcoming Ghosts on Drugs Anthology, Abyss & Apex, Penumbra, and The Drabblecast. IN 2017, Patrick attended the Taos Toolbox Writer's Workshop, taught by Nancy Kress and Walter Jon Williams. He is a member of SFWA and Codex.
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