I was working late in the library translating an old manuscript when the blackouts first rolled in. The […]

No, mate. Whatever she’s told you’s rubbish. You don’t know the half of it. Guess what they say […]

On the morning of the 26th Mr. Withers sits at his kitchen table spreading chocolate truffles on toast. […]

Perhaps to compensate for my expanding consciousness, I began to lose time. It was hard to realize that […]

No more stress. No more looking over his shoulder. No more living in fear of Blue Cats. Mr. […]

The usual middle-aged men with their grey suits and matching nine-to-five pallor are assembled around the boardroom table. […]

‘You haven’t lost the pregnancy,’ says the sonographer. ‘But I can’t find a heartbeat.’ The sonographer’s sentences don’t […]

“‘It was a dark and stormy night’—My god, Kevin, I can’t believe my eyes or my ears. You […]

Mum will be here soon. She never used to visit, but does now. She said when I came […]

I closed the window against the smoke and the sound of distant gunfire. As the shields slid up […]