Author Archive

Under Your Skin by Raina Ng

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Originally posted on ISSUE Magazine:
These days she floats about him limply, desperate for a moment where he would turn to see, but of course he does not. There were things she would…

He Never Hesitated by Lutfi Hakim

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Originally posted on ISSUE Magazine:
His words were assured and clear. He knew how he felt about her. In every letter he wrote, whether they were long or brief, simple or wieldy, the…

Dear Sir – for DraftSpace April

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My Dearest, You will probably not lay eyes on this letter, and as I read it aloud to Sophie who is beside me I hope that the spirit of it gets to you.… Continue reading

DraftSpace 02

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    And it is time for DraftSpace 02…

WRITERSCLUBKL DRAFTSPACE

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WritersClubKL’s monthly meetings are back…

Mavis Gary – Live in the Attic

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Mavis Gary performs three tracks from his upcoming debut album ‘Pin Me Up’ in the common room of The Attic (Dunedin, NZ) as the rain belts the leaky roof. 01. Home Video 00:24… Continue reading

Excerpts from Cafe Vinaigrette

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Earl Grey special English brew served with lavender honey and milk on request, choice of cup or pot “Good morning, peanut.” “Did you have a good night’s sleep, sweetness?” “The best, my eclair, I’m feeling… Continue reading

Wednesday Stories: Blue Shoes

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Nightmare was a mare  born of a mare in the dead of the night Born ready to rip through the green field that sits behind the lids of the sleeping dreaming. Born ready… Continue reading

Gloaming- a poem about the undiscerned, and the undiscerning

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Cascading. A certain memory, Driving up Genting Seems like it was almost 30 km per hour, crawling. Round the mountain She goes. Landslide. Fifty thousand fireflies, Caught in a glass bottle an old… Continue reading

Wednesday Stories: Suture

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“My mother she’s a tailor, and my father he’s a doctor.” The little girl told the old woman, who nodded gravely. The old woman knew things the little girl didn’t. Yes she did.… Continue reading