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In Baptiste's short story “Best Laid Plans,” a young pan aficionado wants to sneak out to enjoy a nearby competition. But her neighbor’s rottweiler has other plans.
Spot illustrations by Lewis James

In the short story "Ma Laja," an ancient creature revels in the new opportunities the digital age gives her to prey on victims. This short story is Tracey Baptiste's first foray into horror for adults.
Sycorax's Daughters is a Bram Stoker Award-finalist.

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Book advocate Colby Sharp presents more than forty beloved, award-winning, diverse and bestselling authors and illustrators in a creative challenge!

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In Baptiste's short story “Best Laid Plans,” a young pan aficionado wants to sneak out to enjoy a nearby competition. But her neighbor’s rottweiler has other plans.
Spot illustrations by Lewis James

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In Baptiste's “Kiss Me Goodbye,” the snake goddess Manasa reincarnates in the body of a New Jersey High School teen, bent on carrying out a centuries-old revenge plot.
Edited by Sona Charaipotra and Samira Ahmed

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Baptiste takes on the delicate discussion between a parent and child when they are pulled over for a traffic stop in “Ten.”
Story illustration by: April Harrison

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In “Gravity” a young immigrant attends a late summer fete where she is groped by someone on the dance floor, mid-jump. In the split second it takes her to land, she must decide what she can or should do.

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