Grasshopper Kings

“Inside every group, he decides, there are more groups. Circles within circles, and inside of those, more circles still, all of them infinitely divisible. You could spend your whole life wondering which ones you’re in and which ones you’re not and which ones really want you and which ones are holes that have no bottom.”

“Grasshopper Kings” from Hall of Small Mammals, p. 79
By Thomas Pierce
Published 2014 by Riverhead Books
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