My wandering book

My wandering book

I’ve left a copy of my novel in a wonderful little book exchange in an equally wonderful little village in Cornwall. Inside this book is a note asking the reader to give the book to someone else after reading. The note reads: Hello, dear reader. I hope you enjoy the horror within. Once done reading, …

Impy

Impy - A poem by Daniel MacKillican - Read by Linda MacKillican

While stumbling across Dartmoor one day I happened upon a quarry, I sat down to eat my lunch but was interrupted by a man called Donny. I’m sorry to bother you, Donny said, but I’ve lost my Impy, It’s a bothersome creature and really quite wimpy. Once it ran from its own shadow for hours …

The spirit within

The spirit within

Mother nature spoke on a whispered wind, A story so sad of her children who have sinned. I gave them everything, so she said, Life of wonder and the glorious heavens above each head. A cornucopia for their bodies and nourishment for all inquisitive minds, And when hubris became a virus I gave undeniable signs. …