Monthly Archives: March 2012

In Arrears

I’d just gone through my short story for the Dadaoist Anthology on a library computer in order to respond at once to the editor, Quentin. It was wearing even for me but reading on computer is wearing so I can … Continue reading

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Writers’ Group’s March Meet

Early, I was shortly joined by John Atherton I offered a glass of wine to. Catherine and Jacqui took seats at the table I sat by and John, who’d been sitting apart, shifted to its social centre. Room was made … Continue reading

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Fine

The last day for Diana to pay her fine was sunny. I’d left it to her but arranged day before to see her at eleven. She’d tried to pay it but had come a cropper over which court division her … Continue reading

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The Death of Klinghoffer the Death of Me

Kate asked if I wanted to go and gave a note with the time she was stipulating for us to meet up at the queue for tickets for that night’s last performance of The Death of Klinghoffer at the Coliseum … Continue reading

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Really Prolonged Hitch in the Publishing of CORRESPONDENCE

I’ve found out the book can’t be put into two columns, one for text, the other for what should be footnotes anyway. If the text changes, the note column doesn’t change with it. The notes are part of my artistic … Continue reading

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Sentencing

Diana was at my door, “The police are here and I haven’t done anything.” “Recently. Are you here for her?” I asked the policeman and two others on the stairs. They were but it was nothing to worry about; Olivia, … Continue reading

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