Monthly Archives: February 2019

Big Desk Gratitude

The CEO sat at his desk. A suited man came in and handed him a folder. “The report on the possible merger,” said the man. “Thank you.” The CEO did not look up. The suited man left, making sure he

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Non-fiction Review: What’s Your Type by Merve Emre

When Merve Emre asked for Isabel Briggs-Myers’s papers held by the University of Florida, a ‘gentle and apologetic’ librarian told her she would never be allowed to see them. It makes for an intriguing opening as, like Emre herself, I

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Jeff Comes Home

Zack left his flat and went down the stairs to find a stranger trying keys in the door below his. “Hey,” said Zack, “Are you moving in?” The man turned to him with a smile. “Yes, as soon as I

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The lady with the expensive-looking coat

Sharon heard a few strange questions working behind the counter, but this one was deceptively simple. The lady with the expensive-looking coat and the two miniature poodles had asked, “why do you come here?” Sharon looked round from cleaning the

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