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How long can you hide from the monsters when you don’t know who they are?
But as we brace ourselves against the harsh winter outside, the wind screaming hollow sounds in our ears like a manic cat, the full moon presiding over– From the Archives
An unsettling tale that builds to a crescendo to reveal an unexpected ending.
Two guys converse over a cup of coffee about pills and poppies
The gods told men; ‘dance and we shall observe’.
The first time I climbed the pole my father beat me. I was eight. –From the Archives
A bitter sweet tale of magic, love and loss
A Tale of Discontent and Desire…. – From the Archives
Seen through the eyes of an 11 year old, a mother recounts fond memories as dreams and reality bleed into one another.
There was a niggling sensation in my gut; bacteria perhaps, decomposing me. I should be dead.
A mishap on a snowy day evokes a variety of emotions that tug at your heartstrings
An interview with a writer takes an unexpected turn
A story that tells of the innocence of children and the complexities of being an adult
A reversal of gender roles forces the reader to consider a different perspective.
a short story with autobiographical references inspired by the trauma of Greece’s burial and exhumation customs
An account of an unusual hostage situation
An intense tale of love, vanity and introspection
A woman struggles to overcome the grief she feels at the loss of a loved one