So you don’t like fiction. Yet your lives are criss-crossed with stories of your own invention. Fiction has its advantages. It offers an intimate glimpse into unfamiliar perspectives like that of the Colourful People struggling with their gender identity.
He pressed forward through the throng driven to ask an urgent question, but doing so turned out to be much more of a challenge than he’d thought…. Read more of The Unanswered Question, a new Flash Fiction by Alan McCluskey.… Read more
In my novel freely inspired by Vincent Van Gogh – Bursting with Life! – what could be more natural than to weave paintings into the tissue of the story. In the extract below, the painting is from Van Gogh himself. The colourful photo above is a part of the cover of the novel and was painted by Henri, my two-year-old grandson.… Read more
For all it’s painful consequences, Covid 19 has revealed startling things about society. One is our relationship to experts and how their discourse is used in stories people tell. It raises questions about the misuse of opinions given as facts. This untethering from ‘reality’ could have dire consequences.… Read more
Secret Paths Editions has recently collaborated in the publication of work by a new author/artist, Eric Avertin. His first comic entitled Pépette la miette is now available (in French). Click here for more details about the artist and his work.… Read more