Fiction - Short story  Originally published in  The Grantville Gazette , 82 ,  March 1, 2019

Fiction - Short story

Originally published in The Grantville Gazette, 82, March 1, 2019

One of the finest stories we have ever published. “Sh/ft,” by JD Jordan is a terrific exploration of Hopi myth, Hopi reality, and a young woman trapped between the two. It is a sure nominee for Best of the Gazette 2019 next year, and if enough people like it, a worthy nominee for the Nebulas, Hugos, and Dragon awards.
— Walt Boyes, editor, The Grantville Gazette

Sh/ft

The first time I saw David Cummings, he was doing laps in the shortie pool at the Flagstaff Days Inn. Armed guards were pressed against the breakfast room glass, watching as he shifted from one end of the pool to the other, appearing just for a second in two places at once as he swam an infinite lap. They were all pointing and jabbering and trying to sneak video on their phones. But me, standing alone at the side of the pool? . . .