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Macabre Mallum

So, my little putrid jellyfishes, I do sincerely hope you’ve enjoyed the weekend. In Shallow Creek the weather was blisteringly hot, so hot in fact that the devil himself was sat somewhere wondering how he could change his ways for the better. The residents of Shallow Creek were all out in force with their best

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FICTION: Fruit Bat Soup by Callum Norman

The oven-like bus trundled on with the slow-moving traffic. It was holding about ten to fifteen customers. Outside, the world seemed to be all blue skies and sunbeams. I guessed that the pungent smell of weed came from the pale young man who was sat in the row of seats in front of me, especially

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FICTION: Balls by Cornelius Fitz

Dead, she lived on a while yet, in the question mark curl of a pube, glued to a miniature bar of soap, some jasmine-scented hotel freebie now cracked through disuse, a debauched monument to who we once were, cowering by the mould-blackened tile grouting on the side of the bath. It was certainly hers, this

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CULTURE: Libraries Rock by David McVey

Libraries Rock! Back in 2010, right at the start of the post-recession austerity regime, you may remember that an egregious pro-cuts demonstration descended on Westminster. Now, of course, this is a democracy and everyone is entitled to their opinion, even if they think austerity is great. That’s what I thought, anyway, as I watched on

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