Family Album: Poem by Emma Cooke
February 5, 2013
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Out of the darkness, into the light: seven stories in fifty words by Spiderboy
Seven tales of the unexpected will intrigue surprise and tickle [...]
Journeys by Irene Brown
They made their way down the gritty stoury stairs past [...]
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On the streets trams and metro trains they bend their [...]
A crisis in the ward leads to a battle of [...]
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Lost The summer of seventy six was hot. It was [...]
A Man’s a Man for A’ That by Liz Logie MacIver
A Man’s a Man for A’ That Weel what can [...]
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Bowhill Yul We drive through the bleak council estate on [...]
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Going Back to the Beach 1961 I’m carried down the [...]
"hell hath no fury. moved by this ."
The Rohingya by
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An anthology of modern short fiction recounting the quirkiness of the everyday, featuring DJ Mac and others.
DJ Mac is a writer based in Edinburgh, Scotland who fouters (dithers) with an itchy, scratchy pen in the moments when the bewilderment provoked by life settles. He is easily distracted by the bright pictures in his gallery.