Monthly Archives: January 2012

Diana’s Day in Court

I overslept and rushed down in dressing gown to tell Diana I’d quickly dress. She wanted me witness to her phone call to the court about not having legal representation because she’d omitted to sign a form. I sat through … Continue reading

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Dei Ex Machina?

I was cooking lunch when there was a knock at the door I opened. A burly man, with another burly man and yet another behind, said he was a policeman, showing me a badge, put his foot across the door … Continue reading

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January 2012 Writers’ Group Meeting

I’d set up when Jacqui came in and could offer her a small glass of red. I told her of the problem my Ki Publisher was having: finding a printer who could typeset the footnotes to CORRESPONDENCE. Steve came after … Continue reading

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Case Study

When John’s dad died, his mother, sisters, even his grandmother rejected him, he told me in bed. The people who accepted him were criminals, thus his criminality. “Why on earth,” I asked, “did you choose me, who’ve never had a … Continue reading

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Bad Feeling

I’d told Diana I’d go with her to court at Lavender Hill. I told John I’d be going and to come home early for me to go early to bed. He came home drunk and after ten isn’t early. When … Continue reading

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