Monthly Archives: March 2012

RETURN OF THE SON OF REHASH

“Please, Mr. Leconte, make yourself comfortable. I just need to make one thing clear from the outset: this meeting is exceptional. Nobody is ever allowed to come in here and pitch a script or idea at me. The reason? I employ a lot of timid souls called arts graduates to comb through the submissions of the numerous alcoholics we call writers…” Continue reading

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A GOOD JUDGE OF CHARACTER

Mr. Shillingworth peered down at the readout while shaking his head and smiling very slightly. Next he glanced up at Miss Veivers, who was sitting in her usual expectant, upright posture, a posture that managed to be a command. This … Continue reading

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HELOISE TO UNKNOWN

She had mentally traced her morning stroll the night before, as she lay alone, her eyes following the bumps and wiggles of the patterned ceiling above. How long had she lain there, smiling softly for no reason, for a hundred … Continue reading

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SHE SLIPPED

“Can I ask, why did you appear here in my office yesterday, then run out again?” Don Dibble was the sort of policeman who could make you feel coddled and threatened at the same time. He was big, with one … Continue reading

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HOLIDAY PUZZLE: CHILD’S PLAY

“Let me hear Uncle Gav’s story. Please. Uncle Gav, tell them to let me.” “No, I don’t like scaring kids before bed. Not that it’s all that scary, but you don’t want to be filling your head with this kind … Continue reading

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