Short stories by Shweta Adhyam

Shweta belongs to Madras, and Seattle, and speculative fiction.  She speaks five languages, has had four careers, is three layers of immigrant, calls two cities home, and strongly believes escapism is vital. She is frenemies with ADHD, knows far more about Hindu mythology than is good for her, and attended Clarion West in 2017.  She lives with her spouse and child.

Listing 1 story.

A young girl endures the loss of her twin sister. In grief and denial, she comes to believe in a false identity and goes hunting in the woods, where she encounters a dangerous spirit that threatens to imprison her for eternity.