The second part of our Trilogy Award for 2016 gave authors the chance to extend on their stories with one simple provision, to include a sentence from another author’s part 1 story. The short list remained largely unchanged, with only […]
EVELYN (YEAR 11 AT KOOKABURRA COLLEGE, 199_) By Nick Lachmund For The Trilogy Award Part 2 Part 1: Patrick When Nanna was alive, her favourite expression was: ‘Everything happens for a reason’. Nanna was wrong. Sometimes bad things happen for […]
Just Another Wednesday Afternoon By Alicia Bruzzone For The Trilogy Award Part 2 How did they all have swords? Seriously, no one on freaking campus thought weapons might not be cool in enclosed spaces and called security? I was so […]
Mimic: Part II By Barry Quinn For the Trilogy Award Pt 2 Award Mimic: Part I On a distant moon the five NASA astronauts lived in a terraformed world as human. But dissent was growing amongst them. Some wanted […]
Prologue: Monsieur Dayanan is a retired army officer running his own security firm in Colombo suburbs. A client had asked him to trace a computer hacker who calls himself 88J. Only a moment ago Dayanan had received credible information on […]
Black Ice: Part II By Lydia Trethewey For the Trilogy Part 2 Award Black Ice: Part I Through the thin plaster walls Miranda hears tinned laughter, the ding of a microwave dinner and the neighbour’s dog barking. She leans […]
For The Trilogy Award: Pt 2 “I don’t know any of these people.” – Bruzzone, A. 2016 Lattes, Lunch and Lay-offs By Sean Crawley The Trilogy Award Part 2 Part 1: Birdsong, Breakfast & Bilousness “Would you like a coffee? […]
Walk the middle path.