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Roadside Fiction Issue Ten

Cover photo by Laura Kiselevach   Roadside Fiction – Issue Ten Stories What Laffarty Spoke About When He Spoke About Love by Niall Bourke Hours of Darkness by Teresa Sweeeny Coming for Bruce by Stephen Scott Living the Dream by Conor O’Reilly Frida Kahlo by Catfish McDaris Buenos Aires Calling by Marja Hagborg Photos Vogue […]

Industrial Rainbow by Beatriz Vox Menéndez

Beatriz Vox Menendez is a UK/Spain-based language student, industrial photographer and eternal dilettante who owns a respectable collection of cameras and musical instruments . Outside university, she spends her time recording the eclectic beauty of London´s Southbank. Her pictures and writings have appeared in local and friend´s fanzines related to urban decay.       […]

Coming for Bruce by Stephen Scott

Photo by Laura Kiselevach   ‘Coming for Bruce’ by Stephen Scott   Alan McKenzie was at work, but he couldn’t work. He was too busy arguing with himself again. He closed the file on the computer, bent another paperclip and popped a sherbet lemon into his mouth. ‘First sign of madness you know that, Alan?’ […]

Frida Kahlo by Catfish McDaris

Photo by Laura Kiselevach   ‘Frida Kahlo’ by Catfish McDaris   First time I met my great Uncle Woodrow Wilson Vann he was in the hospital getting his left foot amputated at the ankle because of a diabetes infection. My grandmother, his youngest sister and I traveled to the panhandle of Oklahoma from New Mexico […]

Buenos Aires Calling by Marja Hagborg

Photo by Laura Kiselevach   ‘Buenos Aires Calling’ by Marja Hagborg   1. You may think I was crazy or helplessly stupid, or maybe suffering from a beaten wife syndrome. Everything is possible. I didn’t have any control over my life or myself. One moment everything seemed normal like before, the next, nothing was real. […]

What Laffarty Spoke About When He Spoke About Love by Niall Bourke

Photo by Laura Kiselevach ‘What Laffarty Spoke About When He Spoke About Love’ by Niall Bourke   Rats With Pickaxes In all the brochures about Oz they tell ya about kangaroos and boomerangs and Bondi feckin beach but what they don’t tell ya about is manky great-big hangovers, huge ones that crawl up from the […]

Hours of Darkness by Teresa Sweeeny

Photo by Laura Kiselevach   ‘Hours of Darkness’ by Teresa Sweeeny   Someone is following me. I feel the weight of their stare on my back. Hear the crunch of their footsteps on the frosted grass behind me. The dark night moves in. It circles and encloses, swallows up any hope of seeing two feet […]

Living the Dream by Conor O’Reilly

Photo by Laura Kiselevach   ‘Living the Dream’ by Conor O’Reilly   Somewhere in the middle of Walking Street, between the custom made leather jewellery and the linen shirts with traditional tribal patterns to be exact, the ones beside the fruit stall and not the fried noodles, Alex looked up at a blank paint peeled […]

Roadside Fiction Issue Ten Credits

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Vogue by Laura Kiselevach

Laura Kiselevach is a photographer and artist from New York City. Her work has been published in, MUZZLE, WILDE, QUICKEST FLIPEST, and, THE CASSEROLE.                   Contents                                             […]