Monthly Archives: August 2014

Our New Book

Clerkenwell Writers Asylum are pleased to announce that we have published a second collection of short stories. In it you can journey from outer space to a trading room floor, via a Jack the Ripper tour. Along the way you … Continue reading

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James Holden: Jack

I am sat in complete darkness . It’s not the longest I have been trapped in here. A while ago they must have kept me in total darkness for what felt like at least a fortnight and I started hallucinating. … Continue reading

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James Holden: Reflections on “Wardens”

‘One more thing, Miss White, I’m sure you’ll be okay, but if you have any bother with Mrs Randolph, please do let me know.’ In July 2012, my wife accepted a new job as the residential manager of a retirement … Continue reading

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Alby Stone: High Visibility

Copyright © 2014 Alby Stone The man stood in the middle of the road just outside Wickford at the peak of rush-hour, one hand held up palm outward, the other pointing to his right. Oncoming traffic slowed, turned left into … Continue reading

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