Monthly Archives: March 2011

The Little Cat Who Wasn’t There

The tale of the little cat who wasn’t there started in January. We were mourning Lulu, who had been put to sleep. She’d been my feline friend since my mother brought her home in a tatty wicker basket lined with … Continue reading

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With shaking hands and trembling voice.

On the evening of 24th March I read ‘Bad Zombie’ to the Word Soup group at the New Continental in Preston. It was the first time I’d read my fiction aloud, and it was orders of magnitude more frightening than … Continue reading

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The Elf Club

The cinema was packed and hot, when I went with my best friend The second time I went alone, as I did until the end The final showing came in March, bereft, I left the room Cast from a world … Continue reading

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