Monthly Archives: March 2021

Six Questions answered by Suyi Davies Okungbowa

Tell us your biography in three sentences or fewer. I’m Nigerian, but I’ve lived in three countries (probably will soon be living in my fourth). I’ve been writing since 2012 or thereabouts but didn’t start taking it seriously until about … Continue reading

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Schenectady – a short story by David Gullen

The air was wet with the promise of rain, yet it would not rain. Vernon could smell it as he walked across the lawn of his garden. His rather nice garden. Underneath that promise was another, a salt tang, a … Continue reading

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David Allan Answers Questions

1 Tell us your biography in three sentences or fewer. Born and brought up in Edinburgh, including going to university there to qualify as a doctor. Studied radiology in Edinburgh and Oxford, then worked for the NHS in Dartford for 39 … Continue reading

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Game of Thrones Revisited by Jacey Bedford

First posted on August 25, 2020 on Jacey Bedford’s Blog Spoilers ahead… but if you haven’t watched the last season by now, where have you been? Just after Game of Thrones finished, Iain Grant sent some questions about Game of … Continue reading

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Hannibal Lecter Judges Me When I Cook by Anthony Francis

Hannibal Lecter Judges Me When I Cook a Milford Blog essay by Anthony Francis So, let’s set the stage: I’m a writer, learning to be vegan … and a fan of Thomas Harris’s Hannibal series about an erudite cannibal. Hannibal … Continue reading

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