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Cameron jolted awake at the hiss of the doors closing and the coach dragging itself off the unsealed shoulder and back onto the highway. He peered sleepily through the scratched, filthy perspex window into impenetrable darkness. No lights, no road … Continue reading
On the afternoon of her twentieth birthday, the question of Lady Abigail’s nuptial plans arose during high tea with her aunt Beatrice, the Duchess of Java and Mauritius. “Abby, dear, you simply must make a choice. You cannot continue to … Continue reading
The Screaming Alpacas played their last, greatest gig at the Wisdom Street Hotel on the night of the twenty-ninth of February. They had nothing left to prove after the five song setlist brought the house down. Song One was “Ignorance” … Continue reading
Francesca has been wandering the darkened halls of the charred house for ages when the knock finally comes. The door is a pristine white unlike anything else in her singed surroundings; it wasn’t there a moment ago. “Excuse me, Miss…er, … Continue reading
The city of Blackwall’s guardian is eternal and eternally unthanked. Shalaya, the first and last eagle. She has stretched out on thermals, languid and watchful, for centuries past. She will for untold ages to come, until she is no longer … Continue reading