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2014

27th September

The Deadly Kiss

It is a universal truth among the scientifically minded that the Universe is no more than a ripple of events, …

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2014

30th August

Lists

To do, 19th November 1960 Ask for a puppy for Christmas. Find pink teddy. Get Superman comic. Finish picture for …

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2014

3rd August

Cambodia

The salt burns my eyes. I squeeze them closed but this only traps it between my lids, grinds it into …

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2014

27th July

Black Olives Part III

you will eat very old [produce]: [but what blessing is it to eat old food? the torah, means, however, that] …

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2014

20th July

Black Olives Part II

the shelves were bare, but a bible lay open on the windowsill:
וַאֲכַלְתֶּם יָשָׁן נוֹשָׁן וְיָשָׁן מִפְּנֵי חָדָשׁ תּוֹצִיאוּ
“you will …

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2014

17th July

Loppy

Alone among his workgang, Josh Kowalski had taken a few weeks of college before dropping out. Among the other lumberjacks …

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2014

13th July

Black Olives Part I

“just as flowers turn their heads towards the sun, so too does the past (that which has been) turn, by …

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2014

6th July

A Wedding Present

In my earlier years, I tried hard to pin down the elusive quality that separates the intriguing from the desperate …

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2014

29th June

On the River’s Edge

They were white in the sun and the country was brown and dry.
- Ernest Hemingway, Hills Like White Elephants
 
 
The bank …

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2014

10th April

The Kid

Darkness is falling on London, but for an hour at least, the city belongs to the birds. Alone in the …

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2014

30th March

First Steps

After a year at Chester Zoo, my mother finally showed an interest in seeing my work. We arranged to meet …

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2014

14th March

Fire In The Temple

Awake at 6 am. I always tune my alarm to some god-awful station whose name I don’t know, despite them …

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2014

20th February

Baby Shoes

My husband Gerald used to utter prophecies over my belly. “He’s going to be a soccer star, and win Singapore …

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2014

16th February

Electric

Think of this story as a vaccination.  
You probably won’t enjoy it, but one day it might save your life. …

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2014

30th January

Auditions

I set up my table in the back room. A blank piece of paper and a failing pen. And then …

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2013

17th December

Same Old, Same Old Part III

Kwame took his meal and headed back across the loch to the cooker. There was some drained pasta from last …

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2013

11th December

Same Old, Same Old Part II

“Vat do you mean, ‘not again’? Come. Join me. We have a lot to talk about, young man!” Kwame turned …

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2013

10th December

Same Old, Same Old Part I

Kwame was cold. And bored. In fact, he wasn’t even sure if he was cold, or if it was just …

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2013

18th November

The Thought Box

In the future there are no hover-cars or transporters. People don’t beam themselves to work, they just walk there, or …

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2013

30th January

At Cross Purposes

Amy and Andrew loved each other very much. Bethan and Ben loved each other very much, too. Unfortunately, since Amy …

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2013

30th January

Virginity, or Today’s Doe

Today is a long June Tuesday. The birds swoop low over the meadow, the grasses are fat; pregnant with pollen, …

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2013

30th January

The Wolfskin

It was said that there was once a woman who lived on the edge of a deep forest that grew …

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2013

30th January

In My Room

It wasn’t until I had a moment alone that I began to worry. Any minute now, Annie, or Amy, would …

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2012

30th October

It’s The Thought That Crisis Bites

They sat, as it was customary to do, around an enormous table. The table stretched from one side of the …

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2012

30th October

The Sun Rose

The sun rose on a small island in the Pacific, same as it did for everywhere else, lighting up pink …

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2012

30th October

My Friend, The Impressionist

Nick and I rode in the backseat of the car, while our friend Steve had to ride up front beside …

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2012

30th October

In Search Of Wednesday

It was 2014, the year when the British government admitted that there was no such person as ‘David Cameron’ and …

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2012

24th July

Guest Writer:

The Wastrel And The World’s Axle

Guest Writer
Linda, Louise and Mike Carey are three writers living in North London. Sometimes they write together, sometimes alone. Louise …

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2012

24th July

The Patient

In the months before the boy died she would sit with him and tell him stories of her childhood; how …

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2012

24th July

Sisyphus In The City

Blood stained his hands, it had gotten messy. Surveying his palms with renewed interest, he perceived instead of the familiar …

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2012

24th July

You Had Had A Difficult Day

You had had a difficult day. Fifty odd company reports lie in wait for you in the coming weeks. You …

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2012

24th July

One Man And His Cat

Oh, alas, alas, alas. The Morning. How did it creep up on me so fast? A whole night without a …

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