Category Archives: Fiction

Embankment

A short story, by Jack Kearney. Tom Roddy sits with his legs along the embankment and his mind in a muddle. He is thirty three; as old as he’s been. The cold energy of still water rides up the concrete slope and hits him hard across the face. A beautiful face, so he has been told. So he is told.

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Nobles

A short story by Angus Chapman Be a noble, Be a fiend, Be an equation worked out, Be a breath of fresh air, Be the breeze that blows, and punch into musty corners, Be the dust, in the books, Be a rainbow, a star, a thundercloud, Someone’s dream and fancy and kaleidoscopic joy, Be reliable. Have it all, know why,

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