AND NOW WHAT
by Elodie Hervier (France)
“A dinner to organise a dinner, she’s gone mad, no?”
“Well… you know how much she loves to stress”
MY MOTHER IS A MURDERER
by Isabel Cruz Liljegren (Sweden)
‘It’s the last time I’ll be here at grandma’s house, because the only way to get here is with mum and she’ll soon be in jail. Because of me.’
by Mimoza Ahmeti (Albania)
‘He came from a branch of the West’s culture.
She was an unconscious pagan, living out her life as if it was of nature.
He has exceeded in his bodily pleasures; money and alcohol. He has lost everything.
by Masha Gorog (Hungary)
‘Virtual reality – the best of all worlds!
Don’t like reality? Create another. Don’t like yourself? Be whoever you want to be!’
THE BUS STOP
by James Connor Patterson (Ireland)
“In fact, just this evenin I was — I was…
It’s the maddest thing. Suddenly I can’t remeber where I was. I was havin words with yer man along the Quays when he wouldn’t give my bottle back, and then –
by Sasha Dugdale (UK)
“Gambled your husband with the devil and lost.
Or did you win, my lovely?”