A story by alumna Amy Minton (fiction, ’09) appears at Waxwing:
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A waspish woman inside a cubicle hears gunfire coming from the offices one floor below. The unceasing barrage requires no human thought per bullet fired — no pause for human intent to squeeze, retract, and reload. These are automatic guns, perfect cycles of combustion, momentum, inertia, and ignition encased in lightweight steel
[convenient for the soldier on-the-go]
and carried by Asians.
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