Begging for Beta

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Does anyone have time in the next few days to read a 1500-word science fiction story and tell me if it’s comprehensible? I’d be glad to read something in return.

It’s for the Air and Nothingness call for long titles, due by March 31st, so, alas, I’ve left finding a beta reader down to the wire. Plus, my couple of go-to people won’t work because they’ve already read stuff relating to these story events.

Thanks in advance to any kind taker.

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Arwen Spicer
Arwen Spicer

Arwen Spicer is a science fiction writer and writing teacher raised in the San Fransciso Bay Area, and Northern California will hold her heart forever, even if it turns into a desert. She wrote her doctoral dissertation on ecology in utopian science fiction and is an educator on the concept of workable utopias. Her novel The Hour before Morning was hailed as “A carefully paced, rewarding sci-fi debut” by Kirkus Indie.

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Arwen Spicer

Arwen Spicer

Arwen Spicer is a science fiction writer and writing teacher raised in the San Fransciso Bay Area, and Northern California will hold her heart forever, even if it turns into a desert. She wrote her doctoral dissertation on ecology in utopian science fiction and is an educator on the concept of workable utopias. Her novel The Hour before Morning was hailed as “A carefully paced, rewarding sci-fi debut” by Kirkus Indie.

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