Tinkari

Tinkari is an ingĂ©nue, a sacred prostitute from the brothel-temple in the heart of the city of Kalrim. When he said he wanted to see the world, Mother rolled her eyes and said he’d be back soon; the world was full of ugliness and discomfort, when he lived surrounded by soft bread and music, by pleasure and beauty.

But Tinkari found something else.

Tinkari is from the Hugo-nominated autor Mimi Mondal’s wonderful story coming up in The Bloody-Handed Name of Bronze! I’m really honored that she’s working with me, and I think you’ll enjoy learning about Tinkari and those he meets along his way.

What are heroes like in The Fifth World? Absent sedentary, agrarian life, how do their culture heroes demonstrate the values of their society?
Those with the capabilities to remember will always have the strategic advantage over those who do not. The question is always if there is sufficient time to enact the strategy. Hoarders, after all, have sided with entropy. Time is always on their side.

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