Writing for Inference

They would have told me if they weren’t happy. Someone would’ve mentioned it. We’re quite a close team actually – I work hard to make sure we can all really trust each other. In fact I often join them for lunch. We have lots of fun and they always appreciate my jokes although they aren’t […]

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Flash Fiction

Every morning I wake up in the armpit of this alien world. It’s pounding in my ears and I can’t stop it. It doesn’t care. It doesn’t even know. Somebody doesn’t exist anymore. Flash fiction, also called micro fiction, is a style of fictional literature of extreme brevity. This is my first attempt at flash fiction and […]

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The Ramadan Tent Project

On Sunday, I was invited to take part in the Ramadan Tent Project at the Malet Street Gardens in the heart of central London. This experience was both humbling and refreshing. I arrived home that night with an enormous sense of pride and inspiration for the people who brought this wonderful initiative to life. What is Ramadan […]

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We still have love

I have been very vocal about my surprise at how cartoonishly I’ve been making my way through the 5 stages of grief for the EU. In the past, the passage of these phases was a slow and subtle process. On this occasion of course, it is a very different type of mourning to that which […]

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During the past few examination periods, I’ve woken every morning to the show ‘Frasier’ on Channel Four. My mum always watches it in the morning at breakfast, and during study leave I’m at home to join her. As a 19 year old, I’ve always found it difficult to share my appreciation for the show. I […]

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