Category Archives: Alby Stone

The Clerkenwell Post

The Clerkenwell Writers Asylum is featured in the January/February 2017 edition (#35) of free lifestyle/culture magazine The Clerkenwell Post.  Available in print or online, the feature includes an exclusive short story by Alby Stone, Hyena at the Watering Hole.

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Alby Stone: A Matter of Life and Death, Whatever

Copyright © 2016 Alby Stone Shackleton was bloody cold. Like his long-ago namesake he had trekked across what seemed like hundreds of miles of ice and snow and had now arrived, hungry and thirsty, on his friend’s doorstep, hoping for … Continue reading

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Alby Stone: Thirty Minutes

Copyright © 2015 Alby Stone I was ready to leave. Out of habit, I was early to avoid having to rush for my train. But I didn’t want to step out of the front door. That would signal the beginning … Continue reading

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Alby Stone: Taking Stick

Copyright © 2015 Alby Stone In the space of a fortnight, he’d left a trail of victims scattered on pavements and public spaces across London. They were clearly not carefully selected and stalked, but although they appeared to be chosen … Continue reading

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Alby Stone: Blue Light

Copyright © 2014 Alby Stone Three numbers in and one more to go before the break, that’s when I saw her. She was sitting on a high stool at the bar, a cigarette in one hand and a margarita in … Continue reading

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Alby Stone: Bullshit Detector

Copyright © 2014 Alby Stone ‘What’s that?’ I asked. My Uncle Ron had been busy with scissors, a soldering iron and a tube of superglue. The kitchen table was littered with bits and pieces. He held his creation up so … Continue reading

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Alby Stone: Haunted House

Copyright © 2014 Alby Stone The once-famous but now unfashionable writer moved in on a sunny morning in late May. This, he thought as he delightedly explored the property on that first day, was the place he had been seeking … Continue reading

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