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Ode to Brie

Your heart is as as soft as snow drops, Your soul is a slice of heaven You are so delicious I want to devour you You would...

Favourite Holiday (Lindsay Warner)

Mama and Aunt Fawzia had really outdone themselves this Eid. A delicious array of food covered the dining room table, the tempting aroma of...

Short story: ‘Don’t Go’

“Hey Chinara, did I leave my chocolate in here?” Riley asked, barging into my dorm room. She sauntered over to where I lay curled...

Resurrection (Olivia Powell)

When someone sets you on fire, you learn very quickly who your real friends are. From the second the flame touches your skin, there will...

Auld Lang Syne (Neha Shaji)

Somewhere, beneath the gauze of layers wrapped round and round her soul, Clarissa has a steady centre. She doesn't always know what it is,...

No Snow Falls Here (Chris Brown)

Up in the high, dry peaks of the Eastern Sierra Nevada mountain range is where you’d find the world’s most pristine water. But that...

The Colour of Oak (James Turner)

The way that the sun rises up over the hills surrounding the lake really is quite beautiful. Red streaks of light explode into the...

Spooky Showcase: I Can Finally See

Everything happened at once after that television interview, which was two days after my seventy-seventh birthday. As I always have before broadcasts, I felt...

Art to Art: Madison Stewart

A few weeks ago I was wandering around a bookshop in London and I came across a new series of Penguin Classics, 80 little...

Short Story: The Black Angel

The raven black wings gleamed in the afternoon sun. Two Maleficent horns twisted up from a closely shaved afro. Other than these two accessories,...