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The Dog Who'd Been Dead single work   short story  
Issue Details: First known date: 2016... 2016 The Dog Who'd Been Dead
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'For a reason she wished she'd never learned, her name was Gunzen Rozes, and she hated being dead, a state she'd attained two thousand five hundred fifty-six (counting a leap-day) nights ago (or maybe it was days - too dark to read, but the streetlights were never on; maybe they were only there for the poles).' (Introduction)

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    y separately published work icon Dreaming in the Dark Jack Dann (editor), Harrogate : PS Australia , 2016 9555105 2016 anthology short story Harrogate : PS Australia , 2016 pg. 277-288
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