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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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Blade Runner 2 – A Ledger Story by James Le Lacheur

The soft roucoulement of a dozen rock doves filtered through the alleyway. High on a window ledge sat Eddie, the oldest and most moth-eaten of the group, his mottled feathers gently moulting in the breeze. A young juvenile named Jerry fluttered down beside him and surveyed the scene below. All...

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Coral-line – A QUEUE Story by James Le Lacheur

The salt waters swirled around, the light from the azure sky effortlessly penetrating the shallow cove, and illuminating the sandy seabed. There, in amongst the fine white grains, stood a polyp – well, as far as a polyp can stand, that is – its feathery tentacles, barely visible to the naked...

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