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Could an Ibis Kill? single work   short story  
Issue Details: First known date: 2018... 2018 Could an Ibis Kill?
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''Grace the ibis was having' an extraordinarily bad day. And her days had never been too positive before. She was usually either peckish, hungry or starving, being chased, swatted or dirtied. So, naturally, she'd assumed that things could never get worse...'  (Publication abstract)

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    y separately published work icon Voiceworks no. 113 Summer 2018 16829090 2018 periodical issue 'Last night I travelled across town to my friend’s house, which is also the headquarters of the riso press/comics publisher Glom Press, to help finish putting together the last two in a series of six comic books that Glom has been releasing this year. The days seem to have gotten longer really suddenly—it was still light out when I arrived, and, as everyone sat around carefully collating stacks of printed pages, two rainbows—one single and one double—were shining above the house.' (Mira Schlosberg, Editorial introduction) 2018 pg. 47-49
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