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A Passing Comfort

July 6, 2014 Tom O'Byrne

He unclenched hands and placed them back on the bench resting his back against the flimsy tin. Laney noticed that some of the mourners had begun to leave […]

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Sunglasses

May 10, 2014 Ella Mittas

So last night I stayed at Scott’s, this morning he was having a shower and I was stuffing around getting all my stuff together and I found Sam’s glasses […]

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Bathing

February 28, 2014 Laura McPhee-Browne

The bills have not been paid since you walked out of your job at the casino, and so there is no water. We imagine there is no water left in the world
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Haloumi Pie

January 27, 2014 Andy Spyros

Out on the footpath, a sinewy man in a camel-skin jacket turned to confront a woman who trailed closely behind him […]

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The Ups and Downs

January 16, 2014 Patrick Lenton

Sometimes he told people he’d retired from business because of his high level of success, but people mostly look confused at the concept […]

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Grief

November 22, 2013 Andrew Hutchinson

There was one day when I woke up and put on clothes and went out into the street and just walked. It was freezing that morning […]

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Faces

November 14, 2013 Sophia Somerville

Baz and Lu are mine in our afternoons together. Their parents must get jealous, thinking of the moments I steal. I’m the one who greets their faces when they’re plump and chorine-y from swimming lessons […]

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