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  • Black Moons Black Moons
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 #flashfriday

  • Reflections

    A kingfisher flashed across his vision, wings transformed to emerald against the lilac sky.

#Story Sunday

  • Chronotopia

    We will give the name chronotope (literally ‘time space’) to the intrinsic connectedness of temporal and spatial relationships that are artistically expressed in literature.

 Back Issues

#Essay Saturday

  • Tiny Catastrophes

    With such fantastic or magical thinking, we are trying, of course, to avert catastrophes and invite destiny’s favour, to remain special, untainted, spared for great things.

 #Arts & Culture

#On Writing

Litro Lab

#Tuesday Tales

  • Footholds

    The heady fermented smell of guava filled the room as Amalia’s mother turned off the blender, tasted the peachy-pink mixture, and added more sugar.

#Lunch Break Fiction

Latest Posts

  • Reflections (1/19/2018) - A kingfisher flashed across his vision, wings transformed to emerald against the lilac sky.
  • A Show That Almost Wasn’t: Rita, Sue and Bob Too at the Royal Court Theatre (1/17/2018) - This controversial Andrea Dunbar revival could easily have been unwatchable in the current climate, but on the whole it has a surprising lightness of tone.
  • Footholds (1/16/2018) - The heady fermented smell of guava filled the room as Amalia’s mother turned off the blender, tasted the peachy-pink mixture, and added more sugar.
  • Book Review: Future Home of the Living God, by Louise Erdrich (1/16/2018) - Future Home of the Living God, Louise Erdrich’s latest novel...takes the idea of a ‘retrieval of history’ seriously – not just in its pale liberal version (‘memory’), but as the Read More
  • Chronotopia (1/14/2018) - We will give the name chronotope (literally ‘time space’) to the intrinsic connectedness of temporal and spatial relationships that are artistically expressed in literature.
  • A Lady and a Girl (1/13/2018) - One night, I overheard the following conversation between two women. In a hostel room in downtown London, they met for the first and last time, and they started exchanging polite Read More
  • Tiny Catastrophes (1/13/2018) - With such fantastic or magical thinking, we are trying, of course, to avert catastrophes and invite destiny’s favour, to remain special, untainted, spared for great things.
  • Dych (1/12/2018) - A raw investigation into the ugly side of beauty.

Fiction

  • Black Moons

    “It’s so nice to feel good,” she said, and touched herself while she sucked his cock. Strewn over the table were the implements of their game, which had been her game first, and was now his too. Nothing kinky.

Interviews

Travel & Lifestyle

  • A Lady and a Girl

    One night, I overheard the following conversation between two women. In a hostel room in downtown London, they met for the first and last time, and they started exchanging polite questions and guarded answers as to their reasons for

Book Reviews

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