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  • Anywhere Else

    I wore the red nightgown borrowed from mom’s lingerie drawer. The color of swollen throats washed over my legs when I walked in it. A wasp in the carpet crawled to the edge of my bedroom wall, and later

#Story Sunday

  • Photo by the author.

    The Perfects

    “We all die,” she said. “What’s worse, dying young, or living in a stew of beige? I’m tired of beige.”

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#Essay Saturday

  • Photo by Sarahhoa

    The Journey To Britishdom

    The crowded bus sped through the streets of Islamabad, lined on both sides with flowering jasmine bushes. The sweet fragrance outside vied with the stench of body odour inside the bus.

 #Arts & Culture

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#Tuesday Tales

  • Setting Fire to Water

    Coyote struck the first match. You made a wish, cast the candles to the river and watched them flicker, fire on water—or so he had read online.

#Lunch Break Fiction

Latest Posts

  • Setting Fire to Water (3/21/2017) - Coyote struck the first match. You made a wish, cast the candles to the river and watched them flicker, fire on water—or so he had read online.
  • My Brilliant Friend Part 1. Catherine McCormack (Lila) and Niamh Cusack (Lenu). Photo credit Marc Brenner (1) A Play To Devour: My Brilliant Friend at the Rose Theatre, Kingston (3/20/2017) - B.L. Sherrington reviews a new stage adaptation of Elena Ferrante's My Brilliant Friend.
  • Photo by the author. The Perfects (3/19/2017) - “We all die,” she said. “What’s worse, dying young, or living in a stew of beige? I’m tired of beige.”
  • Photo by Sarahhoa The Journey To Britishdom (3/18/2017) - The crowded bus sped through the streets of Islamabad, lined on both sides with flowering jasmine bushes. The sweet fragrance outside vied with the stench of body odour inside the Read More
  • Anywhere Else (3/17/2017) - I wore the red nightgown borrowed from mom’s lingerie drawer. The color of swollen throats washed over my legs when I walked in it. A wasp in the carpet crawled Read More
  • P.O.E.T.S Day (3/14/2017) - Any other Friday would’ve been a good one to be a cabby in the city. But, it was my son’s birthday and I couldn’t take full advantage of P.O.E.T.S day. Read More
  • Jilted (3/12/2017) - It was two hours before the news came through confirming it. The guests filed out of the church shaking their heads. Kerry heard the word ‘pity’ over and over.
  • Marriage, Miscarriage (3/11/2017) - “Virginia. Her name is practically vagina. Of course, she's a slut.” It's New York. It's infidelity. It's hilarious. The play centres around four friends and a hidden secret that reveals Read More

Fiction

Interviews

  • Interview with Annabel Abbs

    Abbs’ powerful portrait of Lucia Joyce’s struggle to free her artistic passion for movement from her father’s shadow can’t fail to grip anyone with a dream in their head.

Travel & Lifestyle

  • Photo by Sarahhoa

    The Journey To Britishdom

    The crowded bus sped through the streets of Islamabad, lined on both sides with flowering jasmine bushes. The sweet fragrance outside vied with the stench of body odour inside the bus.

Book Reviews

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