New episode of Sheep Might Fly!
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Our current story is "Fake Geek Girl," which was originally published in Review of Australian Fiction Volume 14, Issue 4. You can buy the issue containing the story (along with a fantastic piece from Stephanie Lai) directly from their website.
Meet Fake Geek Girl, the band that plays nerdy songs at the university bar every Friday night, to a mixture of magical and non-magical students: lead singer Holly writes songs based on her twin sister Hebe's love of geek culture though she doesn't really understand it; drummer Sage is an explosive sorcerous genius obsessing over whether Holly's about to quit the band to go mainstream; shy Juniper only just worked up the nerve to sing her own song in public and keeps a Jane Austen themed diary chronicling the lives and loves of her friends. When the mysterious, privileged Ferd joins their share house, everything starts to unravel...
Part 4 is an excerpt from the Elegant and Articulate Diary of Miss Juniper Cresswell, Gentlewitch and Scholar, in which the lady muses on the hardships of her life, chronicles a certain disastrous share house dinner party, ignores her ongoing crush on Holly Hallow and her pretty hair, and embraces a brand new One True Pairing.
Missed previous episodes? Start from the beginning with Episode 1, Episode 2 or Episode 3.
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