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Cut Without Hands

Originally published in LDSF-2: Latter-day Science Fiction, edited by Benjamin Urrutia, Parables, Ludlow, MA, 1985, under the name D. William Shunn.

A Mormon astronaut locks horns with an evangelical Christian aboard the Space Shuttle—with no discernable trace of irony.

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It's a small world--I'm working on the site that put this text online. I put a bookmark in to this early William Shunn story.

It really does have no discernable trace of irony.

http://parablespub.com/ldsf2.html#cut

Thanks for the updated—and anchored—link!

anchored, that's what I meant to write, not "bookmarked."

yikes. and I ever call myself a webmaster.

Feel free to delete this little conversation, now that your links are updated.

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