LATE PERIOD by The Scribbling Wren

I sat on the toilet and tried to mentally recall her charts. I was sure. Positive. I knew the few women here were all in sync and I couldn’t remember her bleeding this month or the last. I laddered my tights as I tugged them up,  eager to get...

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LATE by James Le Lacheur

Joshua bent over his keyboard, head in hands, staring at his computer screen as though willing his final year thesis to appear out of thin air. At his elbow lay the study he’d chosen to discuss: Diffusion of Responsibility among Adolescents, Niaga et al, 2011. He’d thumbed through it...

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Interview – A Doctor Who Tale by The Scribbling Wren

The front door leads straight into his sitting room. “It’s funny being back here really. I don’t miss Skaro at all.” “You’ve been here before then?” I sit as I ask. “Yes, Odd really. 2164 is when we first came.” “Here, but in the future?” “Yes, I’m one of...

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The End – A Doctor Who story by Alex Watts

All stories end. That’s how you know they’re stories. Lives peter out in an extended forgetting but stories reach a definitive stop. It’s an odd thing, therefore, that there is quite so much speculation about what happens to people after they die, but no thought is given to the...

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TROUSERBUTT/DOCTOR WHO by Nathan @Baboonicorn

I wasn’t sure how to conclude this, so I didn’t. Imagine that it’s one of the weaker old Who storylines where everything spans over about thirty episodes and they spend a significant chunk of them just running about. I’ve deliberately tried not to specify which Doctor – any clues are...

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WAITING – A Disney tale by Alex Watts

He wondered if it would be less special if she stayed. Would the adventures be less exciting if they were every day? He allowed that it was very decent of her to leave when she wasn’t needed any more. He admired her for that. He just…persisted. The only reason...

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Under The Sea – A Disney Tale by @Baboonicorn

“I put it to you, sir, that the defendant’s actions put the life of my client in danger.” “Objection! Your client endangered my client’s life first!” “ORDER!” cried Chief Justice Mantis-Shrimp, slamming his pistol claw onto the bench like a series of rifle shots. “Mr Wrasse, please continue.” The prosecutor...

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