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Fiction Gothataone Moeng

We talked of grabbing the city, as if by its neck, and having it right here, right in the palms of our hands.
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No. 25

No. 25

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Gothataone Moeng was born in Serowe, Botswana and lives in Oxford, Mississippi. Her short fiction has been anthologized in Summoning the Rains (Femrite), The Bed Book of Short Stories (Modjaji), and Lemon Tea and Other Stories (Petlo Literary Arts Trust).

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