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Roadside Fiction Issue Nine Credits

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Goodnight, Suzanne by J.A. Callan

Photo by Luca Calvani   ‘Goodnight, Suzanne’ by J.A. Callan   I can feel the warmth of the sunlight coming through the kitchen window. Suzanne’s hand is on mine. She is smiling. Her face is glowing, basking in the powerful yellow sunlight which illuminates the room. A stark contrast to the mascara-running mess she was […]

Marble City Sunshine by John Traynor

Photo by Luca Calvani   ‘Marble City Sunshine’ by John Traynor   They dropped the tabs and threw caution to turbulent beauty. Their LSD eyes, arose amid a day-glow city, gorgeously scary. “Let’s get out of the city. All these people are really eerie. They don’t understand. Life has become torture, most people are only […]

Back to the Gaff by John P Brady

Scandalous Narratives of Contemporary Ireland Back to the Gaff is the first book to be published by Roadside Fiction. Written by new author John P Brady, it describes the excessive and outrageous nature of Irish night life. Meet an array of eccentric individuals who populate the bars of Dublin, living lives of decadence and abandon. […]