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Author: M. Shayne Bell
Publisher: LTUE Press, 2014
Pulphouse Publishing, 1991

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Book Type: Novelette
Genre: Science-Fiction
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"Inuit" is about the Native American tribal people indigenous to Alaska and Canada who have often been called "Eskimos." Taking place on an artificial satellite orbiting the Earth, constructed so that the ancient traditions of a proud people can be preserved, "Inuit" follows Sanak, a twelve-year-old Inuit boy, attending three months of boarding school near his traditional village. He is among the first to be educated about Earth, modern science, medicine, etc. Sanak, who had never even known that there were other worlds beyond his artificial, upside-down one, learns that he actually lives on a satellite, kept running by arrays of hidden machinery and staffs of modernized Inuit who live in the layer between the interior and space.

Also appears in Cardinalities, edited by Dave Doering and Greg Vose


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