The Can’tery

The Can'tery short story splash

An investigation into a local factory that once made excuses for The Weekly Inciter. By Juliette Furneaux They were once the River City’s most exclusive service. One whose existence is hard to believe but impossible to disprove. We could all do with a few extra days off per year. But do you know how to… Continue reading The Can’tery

Bank Holiday

A bank on the beach with a beach towel.

Its notice had been tendered by, and to, the appropriate authorities but it was still a surprise to find it missing come trading hours. Foot traffic was thick but not quite the regular treacle except for the amazed gathering at the now empty site. Signed paperwork was on display at the foot of where the… Continue reading Bank Holiday

Text Line

The messages come through fast and often.  They cascade down the monitor, black characters on a white background divided by light grey borders. Names, locations, requests — musical or otherwise.  New texts slide in at the bottom, bumping through the queue of new album spins, talkback requests, or lonely conversation. But sometimes one pushes its… Continue reading Text Line