NWR Issue 101


Mr Woolsey was wily.

I am old, he said, I remember this place in the old days. The antiquary took down every word, then invited him to stay for dinner...

PJ Carnehan grew up in Gloucestershire and now lives in London. His stories have been read at Liars’ League events and published in Overheard: Stories To Read Aloud (2012), edited by Jonathan Taylor. He is writing a book about Brigid Brophy and a collection of stories. ‘Reminiscence’ won second place in NWR’s Flash in the Pen competition for a story in 100 words, judged by Cynan Jones, this spring.

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