Christie travels to run, to forget. She has no place to call home, but desperately wishes she did.
Roslyn has never been overseas and fears getting stuck in one place. If she’s never left Melbourne, how does she know that’s home?
A crossing of paths in Berlin, wine, and wifi leads to the two travelling together, and as they travel the two find some things they were looking for, and maybe something they weren’t…
Jalen, lover of B-grade sci-fi movies, meets the far-too-handsome P in a cafe while deciding whether or not to skip uni again. When P invites them along to a double feature of Robot Monster and Cat Women of the Moon, Jalen can hardly believe that hot boys like bad sci-fi, too. But as their relationship progresses, Jalen realizes P leaves them wondering if they’re on the same page about what dating means, and if that’s what they’re doing.
‘We find each other in the woods. Under the moonlight in the trees in the middle of Fitzroy, she tells me she is a wolf. It’s easy to believe her. When I tell her so, she smiles and her canine teeth poke out between her lips.
I tell her I am made of glass and bones and dust. She nods and we continue down the path together. She sees the crystal shards that grow in my throat but does not comment, their jagged edges poke through my skin in pastel colours that glow softly.’
A story about a girl with no heart who finds a girl who can turn into a wolf in the middle of a forest in Fitzroy.
Water Fey in Querelle 2015
Bodies in Plunge issue 2
The Keepers in Plunge issue 1
Salt (on the blog)
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