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That's pretty much it. I really enjoyed reading it as part of an anthology.

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    Changing the question after it has an answer is generally frowned upon. Also, requests for outside resources are off-topic, without even considering the issue of piracy.
    – Steve-O
    May 24 '17 at 1:42
  • Yes. If you want to discuss this story (and how to legally get a copy) with @NKCampbell, you can always use Science Fiction & Fantasy Chat – you should have enough reputation. Altering the question could end up invalidating answers or leading to Q&A chats, though, and that is best avoided.
    – Adamant
    May 24 '17 at 2:26
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Here is the answer: Nancy Kress

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