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Poetry: Skin and Bone

A couple of days before I left Edinburgh for Bonn, I spent half a day at Portobello Beach. It was surprisingly warm, I had just handed in my dissertation and the beach wasn’t half as full as the city during the Fringe. 508 more words

Mostly Imaginary Things

Short Story Contest Launch at Mario's Pizzeria

These are some of the photos from the second installment of the Trini Kids Can Write, Short Story Writing Contest. The contest was launched on Thursday 6th October 2016 at the Montrose branch of Mario’s Pizzeria. 147 more words


Meanwhile, under Canadian Seas

It’s a holiday weekend! Thanksgiving, to be precise, in Canada. So today, Mermaid Music is taking a holiday from the plot to visit a harvest season feast with Whelk’s and Gull’s relatives. 93 more words


Character Interview: Leslie Conzatti's Ylaine

(Kelly was written by Kelly Blanchard. Ylaine was written by Leslie Conzatti.)

Ylaine cherished the happy feeling in her heart as she walked down the winding path that took her to a private cove at the water’s edge. 3,233 more words


Warning! Potential Water Hazards

Half human and half fish or half human and half bird folklore lives and breathes in religious texts, literature, film, and big fish tales shooting from the mouths of drunken sailors spreading their over embellished stories of their voyages of the seas.   694 more words


Jennifer Long - Episode 18

I’m talking to popular Twitch streamer and tournament grinder, Jennifer Long, also known as Mrs. Mulligan.

Jennifer tells us how she got started streaming Minesweeper to slowly building up thousands of followers on Twitch. 51 more words

Season 1

Trini Kids Can Write, Short Story Contest Begins Again

On Thursday 6th October 2016 Poui Publishing and Productions and Mario’s Pizzeria will launch the second instalment of their Trini Kids Can Write, Short Story Contest. 117 more words