Citalopram Stories No 4. – The Party
05.11.2017
Writing
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Citalopram Stories No.3 – Dream of Consciousness Part 2 (Another Experiment)
05.10.2017
Writing
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Citalopram Stories No.2 – Dream of Consciousness (An Experiment)
05.09.2017
Writing
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Citalopram Stories - Cheating and Dealing
05.08.2017
Writing
I’m following a friend down elongated corridors of what feels like a tenement building; door after door after door stretches on forever, set into stone walls, the atmosphere all grey with no hope. My friend is chatting muffled sounds into a mobile phone emphatically, eventually hanging up and …
Never Stop Writing by Laura Lanks
05.05.2017
Writing
Shapes take meaningWhen you decide on the orderSomehow you jumble them upIn a way that I understandYou’re speaking my languageDon’t drop the actThe cat had my tongueBefore you came alongTo some relaxed iris it’s just black or blue on whiteScribbles and soundsHung midair for timeFor …
(Diary) by Jenny Browne
04.27.2017
Writing
someone somewhere is running a baththe walls are thin but i like itin fact i used to listen in on purposesometimes and nowi feel the pulse in your fingers as yousleep beside meit is nice to know that you are alivecrescent mouth hanging opentired from the day’s workfucking and doing nothingon loop on …
Percentage of Thus by Luke Steinman
04.26.2017
Writing
The feeling when they switch offline: a drop of the stomach; a loss of self.You’re forced to look around you and come to terms with who and what you are.In that moment rebirth becomes evident.Survey the items on the shelf.See what booze is left.What band can you listen to next?Reality hits …
How I Love by Jake Ormrod
04.25.2017
Writing
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Pageant by Brit Medlock
04.19.2017
Writing
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One for Luce by Laura Lanks
04.14.2017
Writing
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I Write Click Bait - A Freelance Writer's Confession
02.24.2017
Art, Writing
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Who Should We Believe When It Comes to the NHS?
02.14.2017
Writing
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The Inner Station by Mat Greaves
01.31.2017
Art, Design, Writing
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Poetry Showcase - Father Figures by Simon Fruin
12.12.2016
Writing
Glitter tooth traitors hang from fishing line,Spiral and spin, boots knock the windowsCrack the panes and shake the framesThe wood splinters -the sun flickers and bursts to dust in the skyThe pitter patter of crows feet peck at the eyesThat peek through knitted fingers, tar stainedSmelling of …
Poetry Showcase - Bitter End by Sam Lee-Potter
11.25.2016
Writing
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Post-Truth Politics Has Ruined Satire for All of Us - Gen Zero Column
11.24.2016
Writing
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Poetry Showcase - Love Letter to Christine by Robyn Hislop
11.16.2016
Writing
Paused amid an inhale,With nothing more pleasurable than a point to makeYet God forbid I exhale and risk the headacheOf having a flag to stick in the ground.But when I’m older right, when I grow up,I’ll do something to make me admiredMid-twenties, mid-mind fuck, fully uninspired.Then week 25 of 52 I …
It's Time to Give Up on the Middle Ground - Gen Zero Column
11.09.2016
Writing
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Podcast Showcase - Blue Skies Over Barnsley
10.28.2016
Art, Writing
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Comic Showcase - Excuse Me by Mat Greaves
10.10.2016
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Poetry Showcase - Untitled by Simon Fruin
09.30.2016
Writing
Sunshine and raindropspissing prisms on a hardlined facesalted kitten tears lick my cheeks and chafeChattering teeth mapped with spider cracksdrum out your name to the morningand pleasant lies drift from harelip skiesand settle like snow on my shoulders.Press me down while I play …
Poetry Showcase - Self-Loathing by Alice Brodie
09.16.2016
Writing
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Poetry Showcase - Late Shift by Sam Lee-Potter
09.09.2016
Writing
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Needless Photography - An Experiment in Amateur Photography
08.25.2016
Art, Writing, Photography
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The Importance of Separating Art From the Artist
08.18.2016
Art, Music, Writing
As each year continues on and the idols keep dropping like flies, the condolences bring with them a raft of life stories that admonish the dead who meant so much to us. While these are often thrown about in an attempt to be rebellious rather than socially conscious, it’s important that these points …