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Category Archives: Fiction
He feeds the ravenous seagulls down beside the lake, shares his lunch hour with people that most other people disregard. He thinks about Richard, living alone in his shack made of watermelon sugar, thinks about Robert risking his life by … Continue reading
See the two brothers. They sit astride a motorcycle moving slow over a gravel track, checking the mothers with their new lambs. Above them curls the grey expanse of August. The air is thick with moisture. Their faces are wet; … Continue reading
There is a photograph, her mother has it somewhere, of her and her papa when she is young – seven, maybe, all knees and cheeks – in an armchair in the backyard, a mass of old leather on soil and … Continue reading
“Mummy, I don’t want to go to school,” the toddler whines. Inwardly, I sigh. It’s become a daily chore to send the toddler to nursery school. “Okay, dear, I’ll drive slowly,” I tell the boy in the back seat. Distraction … Continue reading
It’s not yet two in the morning when we step out of the Airbnb luxury apartment in Ginza, Tokyo, where we are staying two nights. We get into brisk momentum, mindful that it’s a fifteen-minute walk and visitor queues for … Continue reading
Peri awoke with a jolt when the little plane smacked against the icy scab of tundra that served as the town of Bruntsk’s only landing strip. It was the last stop just past the edge of the civilized world, where … Continue reading