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You feed your fish daily.
You love them, one and all, and met most first as eggs.
You provide dutifully for their care, minding the water temperature, the pH, the pump.
Some fish are destined to remain small, whereas others grow naturally larger.
These larger ones need their own space - more room to swim, spawn, grow - because their pond is small and thick with other, comparatively diminutive fish. You get your shovel and start to dig, but you quickly realize it would be much less hassle to dig them a virtual pond, instead.
Welcome to A.I. Wand’s virtual pond, where he keeps his bigger fish.
Sometimes funny, sometimes poignant, always atmospheric, Big Fish in a Small Pond is a small book about big relationships, various types and at various stages of evolution or decline. You’ll meet lovers, roommates, siblings, friends, spouses, and even pets. Some of these relationships are healthy and thriving; others are at the end of their road.