by Tori Keenan-Zelt
With her mom, Seph makes grass grow and flowers bloom. With her dad, she shoots things and poses for pictures with them. For as long as she can remember, the world has been defined by her family's drama, and she has been the thread holding it together, until she makes a human friend and discovers just how dire things have become. As her parents' realities move further and further apart, Persephone must decide what kind of god to be and what kind of world to make out of what's left.