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The Photograph

I looked at that photograph again today.  The one you took last April.  The sad look in your eyes didn’t affect me this time.  I guess this means I’m over you. 17 more words


First Impressions

The telephone rang and rang and rang, and Brenda lay on the sofa. The sound of a hammer pounding against the bell in short, loud bursts, over and over, was drilling into her mind like a dental pick into the gum line. 371 more words

Short Story

The Initiation

Editor’s Note:

Nnamdi Anyadu is a reader, writer and movie enthusiast. Find him on Twitter @The_Africanist

We stand in the dark shadows, in the dead of the night, in company yet alone. 302 more words


Darkness and Light

(This piece of flash fiction follows on from part 1, I Dream of Things Far Away and part 2, Silence and Shadows)

As I waited, I felt like I was standing on the edge of a precipice, on the cusp between knowing and not knowing. 227 more words

Creative Writing

Harry bits

“What do you think, Harry?”

The afternoon sun highlighted her piebald dye-job like a spotlight. There was no ignoring it and saying that she looked like a Jackson Pollock painting wouldn’t work. 310 more words

Flash Fiction

Planter's Highway (G. Moray Original)

It is a cool November morning when Susan decides to begin heading back to her hometown in Maine. She has just closed out a hard divorce from her husband of eleven years and is taking her two daughters back home to start a new life. 2,384 more words

Flash Fiction

Trash Talk

All I write is bad and ruined and all I say I can’t live down for ages. All I do, I don’t know what I do. 293 more words