Tag Archives: identity
What are you doing?” he asked stirring his coffee cup with a long spoon. “I am taking notes” she replied looking him in the face. “Of our coffee chat?” he looked around. The café was almost empty. The waiter seemed … Continue reading
Juliet and Michael, married and middle-aged, one morning get their life turned into a theatre stage, where unkept promises and well-kept secrets write a bizarre play. Download the e-story here
I have just been thrown out of this club because I tried to hit Tintin in the face. He is such a smartarse. Always looking sly with his freshly washed face. He would surely be drinking a Diet Red Bull … Continue reading
Our writer Veronika was awarded second prize by La Maison de la Francité for her Writingbrussels story Les Rituels Urbaines.