Issue Thirteen Fiction

Escape to her

By Teneille Pedrina “I’m pregnant,” she said. Gabriel stood frozen. “Isn’t that wonderful news babe? I mean, of course, it’s a...

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Me Big Day

By Alison Knight They’ll be coming to fetch me soon. It’s me big day! Lots of people out there. I can hear them through me window....

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The Woman in the Pink Hat

By Jane Downing Rita put her lesson plan to one side in frustration. Her cup of tea was cold. In one way there was too much material on the...

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Violet Town

By Juliett Salom They say he was here. A horse under his legs and the world strapped on his shoulders, they say he came to rob and steal...

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The Poet

By Peter Loveday We climb up into the branches of the old tree, twist off the mandarins and launch them high into the air where they grow...

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Varnana

by Lilanka Botejue “I am not in my right senses. Those eyes, those lips and those beautifully wide hips have long been my lure and my...

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They Hunt Us Now

By Sarah Ebner Bowes We sat, huddled together, in the corner. The sound of bodies hurling themselves at the walls and trees that surrounded...

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