Monthly Archives: September 2011

How to create a happy potting shed by Pete Pottingshed

You’ve retired, the kids have left your home and life’s your own once again. Except, of course, t’isn’t, tissit? Meet the new boss, same as the old boss, only this time, you don’t get paid. Advertisements

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The Obituary of Pablo Photographia by Neal Duncan

It is with sadness that we must report the passing of Pablo Photographia. He died last night, at the age of fifty-three, from an over exposure of development fluid. With his dogged dedication to his art and to stick to … Continue reading

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What the Hairdresser Heard by Neal Duncan

Heavens, I don’t know Miguel, why don’t you choose? Just make it look classy, I don’t want a beehive like my sister had on her wedding day. Her husband hates it, you can see it in his eyes, here, I’ve … Continue reading

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Starlight by Dominic McCarthy

There was no moon tonight, he had only the stars to guide him. Their weak twinkles were not enough to cast a shadow let alone light a path. All the splendour of the universe reduced to nought but pricks of … Continue reading

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