Category Archive: FICTION

STATEMENT OF PURPOSE

A discussion on the best way to make your statement of purpose. With helpful and clear pictures.

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THE CHURCH OF UNRELENTINGLY IMPOTENT REASON

Any and all mistakes found in this text shall be considered intentional and thus, not mistakes but manifestations of artistic license.

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HOW TO ANSWER A 16 MARK QUESTION

“These days, with students (and the question paper setters) downloading textbooks off the internet…”

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JOURNAL ENTRY

 This piece was written as a submission to the SSN Literary Contest, in the category of Creative Non-Fiction. 7:30 P.M., 30th July 2015 The blank screen in front of me does not prompt… Continue reading

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NO MORE TV DINNERS!

NEW YORK CITY, NY: Tragedy struck the entire world at 1:19 PM yesterday when a number of robotically controlled microwave ovens in a small, nondescript corner of New York City stopped functioning, leading… Continue reading

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BRIAN HALL

WARNING: CONTENT MAY BE DISTURBING TO SOME READERS 18 July 1991   My Dear Agent Benson, The newspapers tell me that you aren’t getting anywhere with the murder of 8 year old Brian… Continue reading

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BREAKING THE FOURTH WALL-CHAPTER 1

What you are about to read was the first piece of writing that I ever did.I wrote it two years ago, and I intended it to be a parody of the ‘fantasy’ genre.… Continue reading

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APOTHEOSIS-PART 2

“Definitely not a Mind-Image.” Dr. Purushottaman said to the sofa, brushing the dust off it. Dr. Shah continued staring at the computer screen. The dots had remained stationary for some time now. Ashish,… Continue reading

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APOTHEOSIS-PART I

The soft and sullen silence of midnight descended unnoticed upon Dr. Vincent Hauber as his fingers danced on the wireless keyboard of his computer. His face, illuminated by the bluish light emanating from… Continue reading

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OF ANDROS AND GYNOS

Andro A24 stood outside Gyno G18’s chamber, waiting to be acknowledged. His sensors told him that his surroundings had something that they could not identify. This, combined with the fact that environmental impurities,… Continue reading

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