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Ice-Induced Psychotic Episode – A (More or Less) True Story

Posted in Fiction on February 14, 2016 by Jarrod Boyle

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“What happened to your knee?” asked Rush.

“I fell out of a helicopter.”

“Really?” Continue reading

Ice-Induced Psychotic Episode A (More or Less) True Story

Posted in Fiction on January 30, 2016 by Jarrod Boyle

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“Do you want to come in the ambulance with your partner?”

“Fuck no! He’s not my partner. He’s my housemate.” Continue reading

Ice-Induced Psychotic Episode – A (More or Less) True Story

Posted in Fiction on January 19, 2016 by Jarrod Boyle

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“It’s hopeless!” he said, and when he lifted his face, he was crying.

“What’s hopeless?” I asked.

“I feel so empty!” he said. “I just want it all to end!” Continue reading

Ice-Induced Psychotic Episode – A (More or Less) True Story

Posted in Fiction on January 7, 2016 by Jarrod Boyle

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“Hi mate, what’s up?” I said as I answered my mobile, tracing a finger along the fresh dust that sat upon the dashboard.

“You know exactly what’s going on,” Minh hissed down the line.

He was correct; I knew exactly what was wrong. And he couldn’t have chosen a worse day for it. Continue reading

Lisa Ann Has Hips Like a Cello

Posted in Fiction, Love letters, Pornography with tags on December 7, 2015 by Jarrod Boyle

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Lisa Ann has hips like a cello. She’s the same colour, too. Continue reading

Published – Review of Australin Fiction

Posted in Fiction, Writing with tags on November 19, 2015 by Jarrod Boyle

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I have had a short story published in this edition of The Review of Australian Fiction.

Please feel free to buy a copy if you feel so moved.

http://reviewofaustralianfiction.com/issues/volume-16-issue-3/

Theme Parks and Obstacle Courses – A Novel

Posted in Fiction, Theme Parks and Obstacle Courses on May 12, 2015 by Jarrod Boyle

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The sun was beating down on a mid-week afternoon when Pat alighted the tram at the corner of Fitzroy Street and Canterbury Road. Things in St Kilda had changed considerably in the years he had been away. Continue reading

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