Ten Stories About Something – ‘Pansy’ – by Lauren Bell

PANSY by Lauren Bell His name is Godfrey; it says so on his name tag. It’s a bit of a weird name, God-frey, as though the lord is cheap somehow. He hasn’t been working here long but already I can tell he’s not like the rest, all the other receptionists being women. He has this

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Sian Evans New Short Story – Sunrise Over Cappadocia

SUNRISE OVER CAPPADOCIA by Sian Evans The sun rose and then it set.  It did this every day.  What transpired below the glowing globe in those hours of light happened.  The vast majority of the events were uneventful.  Nothing truly occurs on a day-to-day basis that hasn’t been witnessed before by someone somewhere going about

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Anthony Self’s New Short Story – Sunrise Over Cappadocia

SUNRISE OVER CAPPADOCIA by Anthony Self There was a pop. Something crimson coloured and soggy flew out of the back of George’s head, and he crumpled onto the ceramic tiling of the balcony. Felix stood dumbfounded. His terror was glue…he couldn’t move an inch. He released his grip on the railing and shook his head

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STORGY MONTHLY MASTER – Interview with Toby Litt

Monthly Master featuring Toby Litt Read Toby Litt’s interview below: * INTERVIEWS   EXHIBITIONISM *   LIFE-LIKE *

Tomek Dzido’s Double Dose – ‘Sunrise Over Cappadocia’ and ‘Rust and Home’.

SUNRISE OVER CAPPADOCIA Capadoccia. What a place. What a beautiful fucking place. Look at all that bumpy shit. Look at those weird houses in the middle of the sand. They’re incredible. And look at those things. They look like giant penises, don’t you think? Look at them all. Is that what you think they are?

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Lauren Bell’s New Short Story – Sunrise Over Cappadacio

Sunrise Over Cappadacia by Lauren Bell Adeline shakes her lipstick-red umbrella on the steps of the grand gallery which are huge slabs of polished marble, so shiny you can see your own reflection staring back. The effect is a little unsettling if Adeline is completely honest, but the building is what strikes her most; it

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Cathy Vella’s New Short Story – Sunrise in Capaddocia

Sunrise in Cappadocia by Cathy Vella   The coach was unbearably warm, despite being advertised as fully air con.  Brian fiddled with the air vent above them for at least half of the journey, which meant his growing gut and sweaty armpit continually invaded Hannah’s personal space.  He seemed to invade her space a lot

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Benjamin Hewitt’s New Short Story – Sunrise Over Cappadocia

Sunrise Over Cappadocia by Benjamin Hewitt I’m watching my niece’s primary school play and nobody knows i’m stoned. The one hundred and fifty costumed children in years 5 and 6 – who fill the stage, five rows of seats either side of it, and an area of the floor in front – are singing a

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Sally-Anne Wilkinson’s New Short Story – Sunrise over Cappadocia

Sunrise over Cappadocia by Sally-Anne Wilkinson   ‘Come here.  There’s sleep in your eye.’ ‘Mmmm…That’s good to know.’ He leans closer, and with his fingertip, removes the offending article.  I can feel the softness of his skin as he takes the tiny haul from the corner of my eye.  He smiles, proudly, displaying the crustie,

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Anthony Self’s New Short Story – The Lock

The Lock by Anthony Self Edward sheepishly stood surveying the room. It was almost devoid of any character; a door to his right, which he assumed was the toilet, a bed with black rumpled satin sheets at the far end and a simple dressing table with two chairs resting to his left. There were no

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