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Extended deadline: Ballardian/Savoy microfiction competition

Author: • Dec 5th, 2009 •

Category: Ballardosphere, competitions, Savoy Books

Due to popular demand, the Ballardian/Savoy microfiction competition deadline has now been extended to 15 December. Keep those entries coming!

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  1. *12/349 London 12th November 1963
    Records reveal that the trio – James Wolstencroft, Robert Calvert and Dietmar Sternberg – met in a Ladbrook Grove public house. At this meeting, they outlined their plans to subvert traditional values through inciting young men and women to form, what can only be considered to be, guerilla sects. Our informant, Nicholas Lezard, a Cambridge man, infiltrated the group posing as a disillusioned mathematician. Lezard reports that the trio discussed interconnecting enigma machines, bought wholesale from American troops returning from occupied Germany. These machines, Lezard reports, were adapted so as to “talk” through, as it where, the ether.

  2. Nice story, PJ, but you’re a bit late, aintcha?

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