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“In the middle of me saying something – ‘Hang on, Terry’s up.’ And she’s off, to fix my brother.”
“He looks up. He can only see one airplane, but so many vapour trails streak the clear-blue sky, it’s scarred like a skating rink. Ice dancers to London Luton.”
Brent van Staalduinen explores the ramifications of discovering three of his students with hashish in Kuwait, a conservative Muslim country that still has the death penalty for trafficking.
Sleeping rough in modern London.
The lonely existence of those who are left behind.
Echoes of a childhood infatuation.
Revisiting a past lover.
Remembering the fallen.
A meditation on inequality.
Enduring the pain of loss.
What happens after death?
Lucy Durneen deconstructs an affair.
In discussion with the award-winning author of Young Skins.