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An interview with Fiona Mcvie

An interview with Fiona Mcvie

http://wp.me/p3uv2y-1FI Fiona: Tell us a little about yourself. I worked in catering for several years, mostly as a bartender then a butler. I now am a screen-writer and new novelist who currently resides in Bangkok. I spent several months researching my first novel, ‘Lost Innocence’ which included visiting an Australian inmate called Mitchell Blake insideContinue Reading

Michael’s Art

Michael’s Art

Over the next weeks, I took Bee and other girls back and my pencil came alive when I did. I slept most days, worked tirelessly through the nights and it wasn’t long before my studio was filled with sketches depicting, what I considered to be some of the most beautiful bar-girls in Bangkok. One eveningContinue Reading

Stan Meets Sung

Stan Meets Sung

Stan tucked away Helmut’s card, followed him out of the bar and said goodbye. He continued his stroll down Cowboy, reached the end, then turned onto another road. It had several scruffy taxi drivers standing around, waiting for their prey. “Taxi sah?” A cabbie asked with dry lips. Stan waved a dismissive wave – heContinue Reading

Michael’s Arrest

Michael’s Arrest

The sound of knocking on a door dragged me back to consciousness. Looking over at the sun shining brightly through the blinds, it was clear it was day. I threw back the covers, pulled on my clothes and followed the knocking to the main door. I swung it open to be met by Annie theContinue Reading

Stan’s night out

Stan’s night out

Back on the street and feeling the heat, he escaped into a pink Toyota disguised as a taxi. A young man with an Afro smiled through the rear-view. “You want see beautiful lady?” “Where? How much?” “Not far. Not much” “Let’s go.” After a slow-moving journey along Sukhumvit Road, they arrived at a street ofContinue Reading

Meet Harvey & Bo

Meet Harvey & Bo

THE PLAQUE read HARVEY GOULD, P I. It was the middle of the day, but the blinds were closed. Inside a desktop sat flanked by three non-matching chairs, a creased, leather sofa and a bookcase full of fiction. A middle-aged man lay back with a pair of briefs hanging around his ankles. A gorgeous, youngContinue Reading

Stan’s Massage

Stan’s Massage

Stan felt a sudden urge to go out. He sprung from the bed, pulled on a pair of brown shorts, slipped into a crisp white shirt, strapped on his Cartier then splashed on a little Old Spice. Finally, after applying a little mousse, he styled his hair and was good to go. He was steppingContinue Reading

Michael meets Bee

Michael meets Bee

“I WAS decent at sketching at school but when I floated the idea of attending Art school, my dad wasn’t keen. He didn’t appreciate my gift but I stymied him when I was awarded a scholarship to one of the most prestigious Art colleges in London. I had a few months before my first termContinue Reading

Welcome to Hell

Welcome to Hell

I WAS lazing on the golden sands on the south-west coast of Thailand, the blazing sun beating down on my body. The view as I gazed out over the vast expanse of the Andaman Sea was breath-taking. The subtle, salty scent of the ocean engrossed me; the serenity of the still blue waters only brokenContinue Reading

Working with actor Chris Wegoda and photographer Bordin Vamanond

Working with actor Chris Wegoda and photographer Bordin Vamanond

I met Chris at the comedy club in Bangkok. He was hosting and I did a set for the first time and was just getting into it, when I ran out of time. I then saw him perform in the Musical Moulin Rouge and could see he had talent. I wanted him for the coverContinue Reading