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Does My Story Look Fat in This?

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You know that feeling you have, when you’ve finished a story – be it still in first draft or finely tuned – you like it (most likely, LOVE it) and you’re desperate for positive feedback. Panting for someone to say … Continue reading

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One In – Two Out [FGC#4]

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Russel’s beeper went off. The sound so foreign and unwelcome, both he and Sal yelped at the intrusion. “Fuck!” Russell stepped back and tripped over the jeans that were crumpled around his ankles, landing on his arse. He snatched up … Continue reading

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In a Southern Garnet [FGC#3]

When the tall bandsmen are clicking to the restless little bricklayer, And batons begin their jetty skimming flipper, And the creamy scented blowpipes of the dartboard pittosporum tresses, Grow sweeter with the commencement of the nightlight. And the hare in … Continue reading

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Sink or Swim [FGC#2]

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Utter silence. Not a sound from the bleachers, just the soft rumble of the spa far below. Total concentration. Her training allowed for nothing less. Tam expected nothing less. She visualised the dive; working through each movement, feeling each muscle … Continue reading

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Let the (Form & Genre) challenge… begin!

2012 is going to be a good year. In twelve months time, I will look back (with satisfaction) on the year that my youngest child went off to big school, the year I (hopefully) finished my degree, the year I … Continue reading