Monthly Archives: June 2014

Interview with guest writer, Jenny Knowles

Jenny, I am always excited when I finally open that email from my guest writer with their attached flash fiction. It feels like Christmas – knowing I’m about to open a gift of words. But you have given me two … Continue reading

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Cakes of Bread by Helen Moat

Sieve the flour with the salt and cream of tartar into the beige mixing bowl – the one with the diamond pattern and the chip on the lip. Open the window to the soporific coo of the garden pigeons. Make … Continue reading

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Cakes of Bread by Elizabeth Gowing

Today is the twin’s first birthday. They are seven years old, but it is their first birthday because it is only this year that they have known their date of birth and known that birthdays are something to be celebrated. … Continue reading

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An interview with Elizabeth Gowing

Elizabeth, you started your life as a teacher. One day you and your partner decided to up sticks and start a new life. He was then offered an advisory post to the Prime Minister in Kosovo and you followed him … Continue reading

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