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Once Upon a Lockdown

Irish comedian and storyteller, Aidan Killian travelled around Ireland during ‘lockdown’ and this shows another side of the story about how many lived, connected, and gathered during these dark times. (aidankillian/Rumble) Adrian Killian Who Was St Anthony? Lockdown Amnesia – The Big Black Hole in our Memory Exclusive: White Rose UK Interviewed by the UK

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What Would the World Look Like If They Win?

A book review of ‘The Mirror’ by Tim Bragg (Sycamore Dystopia) By Wayne Sturgeon Tim Bragg is an engaging writer, novelist, poet and multi-instrumentalist singer-songwriter and musician with an impressive bibliography of both fiction and non-fiction works and recorded albums to his credit, the very latest being the cyber gothic slow burner and critically important

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The Palinopsia of National Resilience – A Short Story (Introduction)

By Tom Penn Palinopsia: ‘A visual disorder in which the patient perceives a prolonged afterimage‘ (Collins dictionary). National Resilience: ‘Coercive patriotism in pursuit of nefarious agendas’ (the new lexicon of Government). I was a latecomer when it came to scepticism regards the national response to Covid. Being one of the fortunate able to work outside,

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Stop and Sob – A Story

This story was sent to us by a reader as an alternative to the anger and hate we may often feel during all this madness. I The Stop and Sob Initiative proposes that, wherever each of us is, at midday, any day, through the Summer of 2021 (by the Western Calendar) – whether busy bringing

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Freedom Writing Challenge

Do you find it difficult to talk to friends, relatives or work colleagues because they don’t understand your point of view? Are you feeling powerless and depressed due to the way things are unfolding? This is where writing steps in! We encourage you to compose a poem or a short story – fiction or real.

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