White Out by Rebecca Lloyd

Quite often, in the early days, Lester used to say to me, ‘I’m so in love with you, Clara, all I want is to make you happy.’ That phrase hung about like a hard to reach, shrivelled, ceiling cobweb in the back of my mind for a long time, and when recently I realised what … Continue reading White Out by Rebecca Lloyd


The Escape by Pravin Vemuri

When the thirty-something couple returned from the station, they were so tired, they didn’t unpack or undress or even switch the Wi-Fi back on. They simply dropped their bags next to the door, dragged their bone-weary-selves to the bedroom and slumped into a coma.              It was only in the rapidly darkening evening, then, right … Continue reading The Escape by Pravin Vemuri