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My teeny story “Glimmer” is in a new magazine called “What the Dickens” – you can read it here, alongside words by Kirsty Logan, Angela Readman and Sandy East (amongst others).


I like wigleaf very much. It’s the coolest, smartest lit kid on the block. They just tweeted “Pre-written Facebook statuses (to save people time): “I’m rich!” “I’m smart!” “I play with the big boys!” “I’m talented!” “I’m important!””
Hee hee.


I feel the need to mention Pan Am. It’s clearly a Mad Men wannabe with no substance and nowhere near as much style as it wishes it had. I have to watch though because – Donna from Neighbours! Also, what the fuck is Christina Ricci doing? She seems to be channeling Betty Boop. 


In other bad telly news I am persevering with The Ringer purely because, y’know, she was Buffy. It reminds me of Sunset Beach in both a good and bad way. Also it seems clear that Sarah Michelle Gellar is not so great an actress but Whedon is such a genius it wasn’t a problem.


Toodles.

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5 responses »

  1. Loved reading Glimmer, you clever little monkey.

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  2. Wigleaf is FAB. Also, your story is FAB. Pan Am, not so much. I gave up on it after four episodes. Made me want to be watching Mad Men.I'd watch The Ringer if I could, for the same reasons you're watching. Thank goodness The Mentalist continues to be good (loved the red balloon episode, although last night's hustle was a bit daft. On the other hand, we got to see Cho's forearms. Always a pleasure, never a chore).Now I have lowered the tone of your blog, I shall depart. Bye!

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  3. "Glimmer" is beautiful, Sara, so evocative and a beautiful closing scene and last line. Beautiful magazine layout and design too. Congratulations.

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  4. Thanks for reading heavy hedonist :)Bob – aww, cheers!Sarah – Oh my goodness – Cho's arms are awesomeness!Ethel – Thank you for reading and being so kind 🙂

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