Lusa of the Squirrel tribe has had a string of bad luck. Now she must leave her disabled husband at home and journey into a merciless frozen wilderness to scavenge the ruins in hopes of clearing a debt. Her luck has to change sooner or later, right?
Today’s story is the first of two parts of “The River in the Mist” by Dwale, poet, singer and award-winning short story author. Its poetry collection “Face Down in the Leaves,” published by Weasel Press, is available from corporate monster Amazon dot com. You can find more of its stories on FurAffinity.
Read for you by Khaki, your faithful fireside companion.