Where Ghost Words Dwell is a new project that gathers discarded bits of fiction and presents them Exquisite Corpse-style to the world. You can read it any way you like, as parts of a gigantic map, or tiny worlds that never were. Rochita Loenen-Ruiz started it all, and twice a week you'll find new posts by authors like Victor Fernando R Ocampo, Joyce Chng, Tade Thompson, Haralambi Markov, Cindy Pon, Vida Cruz and many more. The first one, by a certain awesome French writer, can be found here. The posts are anonymous, but you can sometimes identify the author by clicking on links in the text. I'll save you the trouble this time, because I'm excited about it. Today's post features clippings from my story "Migration", which is published in Jonathan Strahan's Fearsome Magics.