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#Story Sunday

  • Returning

    At the beach, a small cove named La Granadella, we stake out our place with the umbrella, the cooler and towels. I set up my plastic folding chair so I can read the newspaper later, like my father used

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#Essay Saturday

  • The Woman

    The homesteader did not understand what she’d done wrong. Whatever it was, her husband was angry.

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  • The Art of Black Humour

    It seems a fitting time to declare that there is nothing out there as potent as black comedy to capture the absurdity of life in our time.

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#Tuesday Tales

  • Slip

    It was odd to feel his heart rate pick up pace, as he neared the local cafe where he met friends and colleagues to discuss life, ideas, and, as he was a filmmaker, cinema – although what is cinema,

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  • Returning (10/15/2017) - At the beach, a small cove named La Granadella, we stake out our place with the umbrella, the cooler and towels. I set up my plastic folding chair so I Read More
  • The Woman (10/14/2017) - The homesteader did not understand what she’d done wrong. Whatever it was, her husband was angry.
  • Terror and Apocalypse: B and Victory Condition at the Royal Court Theatre (10/13/2017) - Two plays in nightly rep wrestle with radicalism and violence.
  • The Color of Memory Boxes (10/13/2017) - One woman and her daughter look for safety from the frightening, ruthlessly violent outside world.
  • Slip (10/10/2017) - It was odd to feel his heart rate pick up pace, as he neared the local cafe where he met friends and colleagues to discuss life, ideas, and, as he Read More
  • Ruhi (10/8/2017) - I wish I hadn’t broken the mirror, I wish I didn’t have to see my face over and over again in the shards and cracks that spread from the centre. Read More
  • Welcome Inn (10/6/2017) - A watershed of emotional history, a point in time, a ruinous location, a destination reached.
  • The Butterfly (10/3/2017) - The gods told men; ‘dance and we shall observe’. The first time I climbed the pole my father beat me. I was eight.

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  • Blue

    My body resonated with the rhythm of the train, pushing me into my thin, questionable mattress. Old sweat sealed my skin to the fabric.

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