Three Eggs by Mike Snelle
June 12, 2011 – 11:00 am | No Comment

The three eggs were the palest of blues, almost white, and were freckled unevenly with tiny brown specks. They were the most beautiful things Thomas had ever held in his hands. He had seen plenty …

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The Princess by Rowena Macdonald
October 4, 2009 – 10:15 am | No Comment
The Princess by Rowena Macdonald

by Idil Sukan
Jet, jet silver, silverblue, sapphire, amber sapphire, ampalosapphire, shadow silver, shadow pearl, ambergold: the subtle rainbow of fur colours from black to brown to grey to beige to white. The words return to …

The Peacock Case by Davey Spens
May 4, 2009 – 10:26 am | No Comment
The Peacock Case by Davey Spens

by Davey Spens
The carriage was packed like a tin of sardines. At each station, a dozen more bodies crammed in, so by the time the train reached Charing Cross, there wasn’t room to sneeze. The …

How Daniel Zimmerman Kept Ezra Pound Up All Night by Rob Magnuson Smith
February 4, 2009 – 9:19 am | No Comment
How Daniel Zimmerman Kept Ezra Pound Up All Night by Rob Magnuson Smith

by Rob Magnuson Smith
Ezra took the stage to hesitant applause.  Above his head, in cartoon lettering, a banner read “TEMPLETON DAY SCHOOL WELCOMES EZRA POUND.”  Ezra snorted audibly.  He pictured the school administrators, perched around …