Monthly Archives: September 2012

Railing

Our block’s old stair railings, despite protest by all of us that they were in design dynamically flowing, were replaced by railings that were rigid, on the grounds a really big-headed child might have stuck its head through the wide … Continue reading

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Fate

I started wearing the blue, white-edged jacket John gave me he probably stole. At the last writers group meeting John Elliott asked if a piece of paper was mine. It was one I put shopping notes on. During the session … Continue reading

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The Writers’ Group Meets Kevin’s Other

The notice boards had been removed except those rendered (one can only suppose by Loonie Rooney) inviolable with glass. John Elliott and I sat until I was giving up and starting a read to get it over with when Jacqui … Continue reading

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Non-events

Got a card for an art exhibition. Assumed it’d come from Kate, who paints but isn’t at present, and awaited a reply to my acknowledging email. Got corrections of my book from the editor and for some reason couldn’t get … Continue reading

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Quentin’s Flatcooling

A cyclist had his bike anchored in the groove between the headrests of the seats opposite him, who sat on an aisle seat, thus preventing the use of five other seats since no one would choose to sit either side … Continue reading

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