'In Kaaron Warren’s “Polish,” our protagonist's parents have died and her brother is tearing down their childhood house. She's driving there with her girlfriend one last time to say her goodbyes to the ghost of her youth. Of course, in this case, the ghost is literal, the shade of a young woman polishing her brass bed. And on her visit, our protagonist learns why.'
Source: Tangent (http://www.tangentonline.com/print–bi-monthly-reviewsmenu-260/andromeda-spaceways-inflight-magazine-reviewsmenu-96/1056-andromeda-spaceways-inflight-magazine-issue-28). (Sighted: 31/3/2016)