For a week after Ma arrived in London, she stayed in her room with the magazine I’d bought her at the airport and marked her favourite pages with strands of red wool. She was, she said, recovering from the sky journey because it was unnatural to be so close to the ancestors, like walking on someone else’s field with no good reason. – Rebecca Lloyd
About Rebecca Lloyd
Probably most readers of the weird and fantastic genres know her name: Rebecca Lloyd, winner of the inaugural Bristol Short Story Prize 2008 and author of two novels, has written four outstanding collections of stories of different length: The View from Endless Street (WiDo, 2014), Mercy (Tartarus, 2014), Ragman & other Family Curses (Egaeus, 2016), and Seven Strange Stories (Tartarus, 2017).