Matt Leibel

Each day the Cartographer re-drew the City with slight differences: missing landmarks, secret staircases, houses squeezed closer together. Once drawn, the new maps became instantly accurate. Locals barely noticed: they imagined the City must always have been thus. Only tourists noted when the City didn't echo the guidebooks. But they just figured the books were wrong, and happily climbed the stairs that led nowhere.

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