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Once in every generation …

“He’s an idiot.” I was too new to the board to offer Smythe a flat contradiction, but as I joined him at the window I suggested tentatively “There might have been something in it?” For a moment we watched Perks make his way disconsolately down the street, a box of belongings cradled forlornly in his […]

Tyja

This is a tale from the Hinterland, and you may tell it the next time you find some knowing fool spreading the old lie that the people of the Hinterland have nothing but whatever ragged scraps they can scavenge from under the skirts of the Hegemony, that they are a people of borrowed gods and […]

This is not love

I would be your lover in the dusk, when the stars begin to shine in a sky still blue, and the same light sparkles in your eyes. I would be the man you return to when the music fades and the dancing ends, and squire you home through the soft darkness, and be your lover […]

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The Addicted Writer

Writing stories people want to read

Mathew Lyons

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Blurring the lines between poetry and prose

Project Gemini

The adventures of a dad of three, beginning to explore the world of writing.

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Esther Chilton - Writer and Tutor

Dirty Sci-Fi Buddha

Musings and books from a grunty overthinker

UlstermanBooks

Author DW Ulsterman

The Daily Tales of Gregg Savage

Every day, I write a unique story for you to share and enjoy.

Little Fears

Tales of humour, whimsy and courgettes

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Dreams, drawings and psychoanalytic fun

harm·less drudg·ery

defining the words that define us

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the literary asylum

"Where we're going, we don't need roads."

On sports and life and other topics at hand ...

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Life through the eyes of a mum, wife, woman

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