Untitled by Francis Skelton (A4 Printer Friendly Version)
"It's the work of someone experimenting, finding their range, voice and subject matter......the writing itself shows passion, energy, wit, commitment and insight." - Irvine Welsh This story doesn’t have a name. It’s about two "frustrated artists". The narrator, deep in writer’s block, chances upon a bin bag full of scribbled notes under the bed of his newly rented room. Determined to make something out of nothing, he immerses himself in desperate tales of unemployment, misdirected passion, frustration, loneliness and fear at the end of the eighties and the beginning of the nineties. But the narrator forgets to consider the effect of his trespass or the consequences of travelling into the fragile mind of someone else. A gentle warning; this story contains explicit language and adult themes. An A4 Printer Friendly PDF version for those who like paper.
- Publication Date
- Jun 8, 2011
- All Rights Reserved - Standard Copyright License
- By (author): Francis Skelton