"Anxiety and Action Amid the Plague," by Lucy Diavolo

It was a cold, clear night on the bay as the boat headed south from Oakland. Athena, seated at the front of the small vessel, steadied her nervous knee with her hand. She told herself the chill was what made her shiver, but she wasn’t cold in a hazmat suit, even as they sped acrossContinue reading “"Anxiety and Action Amid the Plague," by Lucy Diavolo”