Link: Fur Trappers in a Cubicle Forest

I find myself most fascinated of late by fiction that takes some “taken for granted” dimension of reality and inverts it in some fashion. Examples would include science fiction by Gregory Benford where the minotaur in a labyrinth turns out to be a singularity or the novella of John Scalzi where gods are harnessed as engines — obviously Gaiman’s _American Gods_ deserves a nod here, too. In our own moment moment, there’s this from the New Kids in the Hall:

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