The Local by George Shaw
11:14 AM | Author: Glen Binger
The Local by George Shaw

It’s like Assault on Precinct 13, someone said, and you could see what they meant, if you looked around. Things had been that way a while. Coming to The Palais had been a pleasure once. It had become a duty and then an act of selflessness. Like a hospital visit.

George Shaw is a sometime teacher, builder, potter, scrubber. Now lives in Warwickshire and writes stories and poems in his kitchen.
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On 2/2/10, 3:39 PM , stacey dye said...

George...very nice! So neat to see you at 50 to 1... it's addictive so be careful! stace