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It was published in the print zine Scattered Stars #11.
"A delicate, poignant very short story of some dialogue between Spock and his father. Spock had a dream of a beautiful human and he tells Sarek about him."
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Short, light the entire story is a conversation between Spock and Sarek. Normally a reader can only follow five or six exchanges before losing track of who is speaking; Heidi manages, without once mentioning a name and only occasionally putting in the word "father", to carry a three-page conversation where the reader is in no doubt as to who is speaking. Nicely done. 
A delicate, poignant very short story of some dialogue between Spock and his father. Spock had a dream of a beautiful human and he tells Sarek about him.
If Heidi is testing the waters of writing, I, for one, think she should dive right in! Her writing in this and in the poem in Kaleidoscope 8, “Soliloquy On The Eve Of Bonding” is really good and K/S can certainly use a story from her.Please? Pretty please? With whipped cream and cherry on top of Spock’s...you know what? 
- from The K/S Press #26
- from The K/S Press #28