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It was printed in the zine Songs of Experience.
Reactions and Reviews
"Thin Partitions" (A/B) (12 pages): "A Confusion of Enemies" (A/B; sequel to Thin Partitions) (14 pages)
The second half (in which Avon's crew 'rescue' him from Blake's PGP base hours after he's reconciled with Blake, and then they immediately get captured by the Federation and have to escape/be rescued) is better than the first, where the reconciliation does just come out of nowhere. But... I really like that second-story plot. That's a great idea, and I've not seen this variation before. For this, I recommend it - and the characterisation is not bad at all.