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With Apologies to Saul Williams…

…and all rappers and, indeed, all People of Colour. I only wrote this as it was prompted by an entry in a book my partner gave to me for Christmas, a book called ‘642 Things To Write About’: “Write the … Continue reading

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Dublin, 2115 C.E.

A fair city, if you’re fairly well-off. There is no air. Everyone is melting. Masses of workers commute from Galway, Cork, Limerick and Waterford to feed the voracious Capital. Not just a Capital city, but a hyper-city. Food banks either … Continue reading

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Hounslow: Part II – Foresight

A few of the other patrons looked up as Olaf’s booming laughter echoed through the café. Some made faces of disapproval as he gleefully slammed his palm down on the table, evidently impervious to their mild expressions of scorn. Bromley … Continue reading

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Hounslow: Part I – Respiration

Bromley adjusted his RebreathableX4™ before departing the ground floor flat. The mask chafed, the gas tank was cumbersome as a fucking whale, and all his techie friends insisted that the Aironautica® was a far superior oxygen supplier. Bromley didn’t give a shit. As far … Continue reading

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