A Quest for Perfect Symmetry

by Jetse de Vries


Jetse de Vries — @shineanthology — is a technical specialist for a propulsion company by day, and a science fiction reader, editor and writer by night. He’s also an avid bicyclist, total solar eclipse chaser, single malt aficionado, metalhead and intelligent optimist.

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