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The Job Hunter

ImagelinkArtie hit backspace. Twice. Then he pressed it again and held it down, watching the parade of letters recede. He glanced over to the front door of his studio flat. When his eyes jerked back

By |2017-09-14T08:43:53+00:00September 9 2010|

Plasmodium Octamerium – A Short Story

ImagelinkI am dabbling in a little idea-poaching for plagiarism week for the Hundred Days project.Until he went quiet on January 25, Benjamin Partridge had been writing daily short stories based on the Wikipedia random article

By |2017-09-14T08:43:57+00:00February 13 2010|

Grizzly Holidays

Tomorrow I will wrestle a grizzly bear, and let him (or her) win, because that is the spirit of the holidays. First I'll need to find a grizzly bear. One that is not hibernating, because

By |2017-09-14T08:44:15+00:00December 7 2007|

Overwork – short fiction

Tom slumped over in his ergonomic chair, his head coming to rest on the ergonomic keyboard in front of him. The ensuing side-to-side lolling of his sweaty cranium registered a sequence of nonsensical characters in

By |2017-09-14T08:44:15+00:00November 20 2007|