INDIANAPOLIS, Ind., USA — Maurice Broaddus, father of two biracial
children, reflects on the stories that comprise his children’s mixed
heritage and how such stories could lead toward reconciliation
between the races, in today’s issue of The Storyteller and the
Listener Online.

You can read the full graphics version of the essay here.

(A text-only version is available here.)

While I’m plugging things, J.C. Hay has a story, Brothers, up on Pseudopod. By a convergence of coincidence, it is read by another friend of ours, Richard Dansky. Go listen to a great story read greatly.

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