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The Order of the Pure Moon Reflected in Water: Part 2

Travis from The Fantasy Inn Podcast joins us to finish our discussion on The Order of the Pure Moon Reflected in Water. Check out Part 1 on their website! The story is short so you know we've got time to speculate. What's your role in a bandit group and is getting teleportation powers worth the effort?

Thanks again to Travis for joining us, make sure to keep up with his podcast and follow @TheFantasyInn and @tctippens to hear what they're up to.

Special thanks to VOLO for the intro and outro music.

Fantasy Zen Cho Short Story

Short Stories by JY Neon Yang (feat. Colored Pages Book Club)

Luke and Dan join forces with Ako and Marci of the Colored Pages Book Club to talk about Auspicium Melioris Aevi and Patterns of a Murmuration, In Billions of Data Points by JY Neon Yang. This is one of the smartest discussions on this entire podcast; the squad talks about the implications of capitalism on human worth and whether or not AI can love. But don't worry, they also talk about the dating implications of a massive cloning operation and revenge by Barbie tank so it gets pretty dumb too.

Special thanks to Ako and Marci of the Colored Pages Book Club Podcast (@TheColoredPages, on Twitter and @thesecoloredpages on Insta) and VOLO for the intro and outro music.

Sci-Fi JY Yang Short Story