The day after the storm

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  • Published 20210728
  • ISBN: 978-1-922212-62-7
  • Extent: 264pp
  • Paperback (234 x 153mm), eBook

AT FIRST, THE black clouds gathered as if in contemplation. Like a herd of dark thoughts, they quickly gave way to action. The storm, when it followed, was unlike any that had ever been seen before. The clouds lapped around the skies like tortured waves. Thunder followed, rolling uneasily behind the grey curtained sky; the day turned to night, and was only illuminated with brief, jagged strikes of lightning.

The storm rode the world, from end to end.

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Barry Charman

Barry Charman’s fiction has been published in various magazines, including Ambit, Firewords, The Ghastling and Popshot Quarterly. His poetry has appeared both online and...

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