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Kristine Kathryn Rusch
For the last decade, Harper tried to get a statue of Mercury to feature in the museum’s new antiquities department. Now the statue has arrived—broken—and possibly a forgery. Her boss calls the statue the ultimate forgery. He’s impressed. She wonders if she should be too—until the statue talks to her. Is she overworked? Or crazy? Or both?
“‘Clay Feet’ is …[filled with] clever dialogue and interesting questions about the intersection of the classical world with the modern”