“Familiar Encounter” by Darius Davis

In 1990, a sign language interpreter explores the queer scene on a journey of self discovery. However, he comes across a former client in a rather unusual place. Will his day time cover be blown?

Today’s story is “Familiar Encounter" by Darius Davis, a black queer bilingual african wild dog author, who uses his academic knowledge and background to create compelling short stories. You can follow him on twitter, @2DWildDog, for future writing projects and commissioned artwork. Also, a special thanks to @wakewolfasl on twitter, a friend of Darius who acted as a deaf creative consultant for this story.

If you'd like to read today's story, please follow this link for the text version: https://www.sofurry.com/view/1655992/

Read for you by Khaki, your faithful fireside companion.

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Furry stories to warm the ol' cockles, read by Rob MacWolf and guests. If you have a story that would suit the show, you can get in touch with @VoiceOfDog@meow.social on Mastodon, @voiceofdog.bsky.social on Blue Sky, or @Theodwulf on Telegram.

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