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April 24, 2015

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  1. Chad Saxelid

    Guided by the Beauty of Their Weapons is a cathartic piece of beauty. This disgusting Hugo Award hijack got this fandom wallflower to climb into the voter ring for the first time, ever. Looking forward to making submissions next year.

    I’ve already got one pick for a Best Related Work nomination. 🙂

  2. Tasha Turner

    The Spaulding Grey article hits close to home. I spent time at Kessler after I was hit by a truck in 2012. They were great for me and many others but so much is unknown, trial and error, and up to insurance companies. I’ve not been the same mentality since. The brain does incredible things. When hurt we don’t have many real clues on how to fix it and very few doctors and therapists who take problems seriously and treat each patient as an individual.

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