Learning to write fiction, we learn to listen for our own acquired sense of what...– William Gibson “African Thumb Piano”
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Wishing for a miracle
I once heard Sue Townsend, while being interviewed on the radio, say that the children of divorced parents never ever stop wishing that their parents would get back together. Probably not the most original statement ever made but, for whatever reason, it had never occurred to me until then. Of course, I remember being ten years old and wishing that my parents would be together again, but I don’t...
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A story by me, published by the lovely people at Notes from the Underground