"Tía Abuela's Face, Ten Ways" by Lisa M. Bradley
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An anthropologist copes with the passing of her beloved tía abuela, experimenting with her own method of honoring her. This story was first published in SPECULATIVE FICTION FOR DREAMERS.   Content advisory: Death, surgery See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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