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The Lost Astronomer

If you’re a woman going through IVF, there’s tons of info. But if you’re a bloke? Not so much. Compared to IVF, the mysteries of the Universe can appear quite straightforward…

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Short Stories

The Goliath Window

This is marvelous. John Finnimore's The Goliath Window is a half hour, two man rapid-fire comedy dialogue from Radio four; I have seldom been so creased over in my life. Two men - one a mild mannered vicar, the other a brash, bold... Continue Reading →

Debris – A Short Story

We’re the only bin men on Earth to all have postgraduate education, thought Ben with a wry smile, as the mechanical grapple arm slowly connected with a particularly dangerous piece of debris, claws gently squeezing the offending item, holding it tight.... Continue Reading →

Lonely Planet – A Short Story

Dust swirled outside of the small window in the red glow of the setting sun. The cold spring weather caused high winds that whipped the brownish red dust into twisting eddies, swallowing the small encampment and only allowing the most... Continue Reading →

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