New Brighton

New Brighton - where the sun shines, even when it rains. As he leaves the shadow of the station, Sam is washed by the feeling of being on holiday, of being abroad, of being. The sun shines on New Brighton. He puts on his green shades. He sees the sky is bigger here; the seagulls, … Continue reading New Brighton

As You See, Quite Empty.

For his next trick he needed a rabbit. I have a hat. As you see, quite empty. No sudden movements, please. She is nervous. Please dim the lights. He petted down the audience with a finger and what was to become (in later years, or definitely next time around) his catchphrase, Well, well, well. Who … Continue reading As You See, Quite Empty.

An anagram of Dorset

cobb gate.

West Bay, she said. Oh, the other side of Golden Cap. Depends how you look at it. I Guess. * She recorded ambient noise onto tape. Well everyone needs a hobby. And when she returned she brought a gift. - Recording of Chesil Beach. I play it on headphones when I can't sleep. Wake up, … Continue reading An anagram of Dorset