What does a Country music singer with no personal tragedy to sing about, sing about?
Part 4 concludes Ian Harrison’s coming of age serial. A Change Of Heart Part 4 Ian Harrison Wolves Award Part 4 Tuesday, April 1, 2003. The friendly surgeon knew my heart wasn’t in it, even with me waving a […]
Hello All, It is with great pleasure that I, Nick Lachmund, competitor and reader, have the opportunity to present the final winner announcement for this competition. The series has presented us with a wonderful variety of stories across a spectrum […]
The gritty noir finale for Ian Harrison’s serial story. Put The Cue In The Rack Ian Harrison To The Nines Award Part 9 Propping up a quiet table in a raucous speakeasy. Off-duty. Bleary and blind eyes turned, all-round. Coupla […]
A Change of Heart – Part 3 Ian Harrison For the WOLVES Award Part III Sunday, November 26, 2000. Thrown to the wolves? Plot twist : I am a wolf. Uncle Pete always said I’m too independent for my […]
Will it be war or peace when doves and gats come together with a bit of Irish Charm.
A Change of Heart – Part 2 Ian Harrison WOLVES Award Part 2 Wednesday, January 1, 2003. Left boob hurts, but not a heart attack. What did Drunk Kelly do last night, diary? Ah-ha. She got herself tattooed. A […]
Sorry about another portrait image, it has to be this way up 🙂
Diary entries span decades in the search for new heart.
Bread and butter stuff.
Part 5 of Ian Harrison’s tough guy noir. The Flying Without a Net Knack By Ian Harrison For the ‘To the Nines’ Award Part 5 Second time in a week, four familiar thugs approach. Last time, preparedness meant diddly-squat. I […]
The cirus is in town and our hero is the one to play the clown.
The schleps are back schlepping around. The Dames… Well they are less schlep.
Open Your Mouth and Close Your Eyes By Ian Harrison For the Horrors and Heidegger Award “You’re a defector,” she hissed, emphasising the first two syllables. “And you can go to hell, Agent Black.” She stared him square in the […]
Part 2 of the Noir Is The Old Black series by Ian Harrison
What’s a dame got to do to get a couple of fellas to take the hint.
Can you make the Cut?
When Your Number’s Up By Ian Harrison For the What We Talk About When We Talk About Love Award “Hey Rhonda, when’s your birthday?” Rhonda blushed. Micky never paid her much attention; he was nearly twenty years younger. “The […]
Never regret the parent that sticks around.