Small Potatoes | Ellen Macpherson

Small Potatoes Ellen Macpherson The First Rule of Nabokov   Mrs O’Sullivan had never, and would never eat a potato. This was her boast of choice when people discovered that, in spite of her anglicised accent, she too was Irish, […]

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Bonded by Murder | Tigest G Negussie

  Bonded by Murder Tigest G Negussie The First Rule Of Nabokov Award Six years I had given him. Six long years. Early mornings rushing to make him breakfast for his ‘work’. Late nights waiting for him to come home, […]

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Searchers | George Britton

  Searchers George Britton The First Rule Of Nabokov Award “Resiste et Mords” reads the sprawling wall of the subway, the words echoing from the colourful backdrop they are set upon. The bold yellow and lime green shapes that have […]

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Cassandra Lies | Hansmitta

A fateful encounter that changes a girl’s life forever … or leaves it forever same.

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A Women’s Disease | Catherine Haines

A Women’s Disease Catherine Haines The First Rule of Nabokov Award I was sitting at the desk in my college room, doing nothing. It was very noisy because there were pigeons fornicating on the parapets and undergraduates pre-dinner drinking in […]

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A Bone of Contention | Terry Spring

A Bone Of Contention Terry Spring The First Rule of Nabokov Award Beth watched her husband from afar. Sweating profusely, perspiration running down his forehead, she saw Jed flop into his chair on the wide veranda. ‘That sun’s got some […]

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