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Worth Its Weight in Gold

Wed 01 Nov 2023
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Brick by Brick: The Need to Rebuild a Nation's History

Tue 31 Oct 2023
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Tales From The Valley: Where Did The Bus Go?

Wed 22 Mar 2023
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Sci-Fi Dreams to Reality: Designing our Destiny with AI

Wed 22 Mar 2023
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The Sonnet

Wed 15 Mar 2023
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Dysphoria, Euphoria, and The Body in Pokémon Legends: Arceus

Fri 02 Dec 2022
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The Facets of Madness: A Momentary Loss of Muscular Coordination

Fri 02 Dec 2022
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Three pairs of eyes, becoming gradually larger, containing images of water, people and hands.

A W.I.P. Around the Workshop: Character voice, style, and points of view

How do we as writers create a character’s voice that is interesting and engaging, relatable and likeable?Read Article

Sun 27 Nov 2022
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A close-up drawing of a bar, with rows of bottles and two staff members standing and smoking.

Murder on the Dancefloor: Tales from Late-Stage Hospitality—The Dying Venue

She often wondered at what point the owner would concede. The place had mortal wounds and it was simply a matter of timeRead Article

Sat 26 Nov 2022
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Five polaroid pictures on a string: a cheese platter, cemetery, broomstick, cauldron, and owl.

Hocus-Pocus Recipes and Rituals: The Future Is Yours, the Future Is Cheese

Time for cheese to truly do its thing! I am now going to show y’all how to do the impossible: stop time.Read Article

Sat 26 Nov 2022
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A bright pink cartoon car on a hill under a pink night sky. To the left are text icons with emojis.

Ordinary Phenomena: Mosquito Bites

He’s a handsome thing, with a glowing smile that softens his sharper, more intimidating edges.Read Article

Sat 26 Nov 2022
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A sketch of a scared person with monsters under their bed, and cobwebs and ghosts in their room.

Don’t Go Down to the Basement: Why We Shouldn’t Enjoy Horror… and Why We Do Anyway

Writing horror represents a mastery of controlling and releasing tension.Read Article

Sat 26 Nov 2022
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A collage of vibrant stickers, some related to bands or pop culture. At the centre is a large eye.

Murder on the Dancefloor: Tales from Late-Stage Hospitality—The Bathroom Stickers

Everything was familiar to him ... It was well-loved, like the spine of a book read dozens of times.Read Article

Tue 22 Nov 2022
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Robots and Lawyers: What Being ‘On the Spectrum’ Really Means

In this final column, I want to have a look at a few examples of some stories on screen and in literature that seem to pRead Article

Sun 13 Nov 2022
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Glowing green-and-blue outline of twisting rollercoaster tracks, a green bird flying above.

Ordinary Phenomena: Birdmen in Flight

The crowd trickles in and out of lines, lips dulcet and candied, breaths loud and permeating.Read Article

Fri 11 Nov 2022
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A half-smiling Selena Sparklemoon, with blue braids and pink sunnies, sips from a purple mug.

Hocus-Pocus Recipes and Rituals: Clearing the Brain Fog

I’m running on empty, and my noggin’s got nothing. It’s a condition you are likely all too aware of: brain fog.Read Article

Thu 10 Nov 2022
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A mystical pastel illustration of a sunset with golden-pink clouds over a glistening sea.

Ordinary Phenomena: Snakeskin

You feel her trace the moles carved into the shallow of your skin like they’re constellations.Read Article

Tue 08 Nov 2022
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Two characters, with purple and orange skin respectively, embrace in front of a chaotic party scene.

Murder on the Dancefloor: Tales From Late-Stage Hospitality—The Staff Drinks

Echoes of the universe outside passed, barely perceptible, into the world of their intimacy.Read Article

Mon 07 Nov 2022
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Filling Up the Static: Rocket, magic and Big Thief’s Dragon New Warm Mountain I Believe In You

In the song “Time Escaping”, the opening bars of percussion clatter reluctantly into view, as if someone’s dropped a paiRead Article

Tue 23 Aug 2022
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Dear Diary: The PM's Retrospective Journal

Dear diary, I’m tired of the city life, summers on the run, people tell me I should stay, but I’ve got to get my fun.Read Article

Tue 23 Aug 2022
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EDITION SIX 'PHANTASMAGORIA' AVAILABLE NOW!

The harpsichords sound like skeletons. The wings of butterflies open and close like lungs. The trees are murdered for pianos. The dust in the abandoned antique store glows gently, as if made from the powdered skulls of fairies and changelings. Welcome to the weird and wonky world of Edition Six, Phantasmagoria. We bid you to tread carefully...

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