Tag Archives: Purgatory

A SHORT STORY THAT CANNOT END WELL

An elderly woman with abruptly cut grey hair, a vestigial of contemporary sensibility, prowls the gallery spreading a miasmatic dander that smells like self-righteous moth balls. With the same respect the young women gives mouldy bread, she applies an appeasing … Continue reading

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BE A TOURIST IN YOUR OWN TOWN – MILNERTON MARKET

On a cement cold, and overcast Sunday, Panga Management treks the N1 to Milnerton Market in the search for gold.  Milnerton Market is the place things go when they get lost (you know when you lose your keys, or a … Continue reading

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Q:WHERE DO BAD ARTISTS GO WHEN THEY DIE? A:PURGATORY

 How do you become a good artist? That’s easy , just be too good to be bad, or be so bad that it make’s you good, but never, I repeat for effect never, be ineffectual. What is the fastest way … Continue reading

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