Nothing at Camden Town
Available this week in the WiFiles, my story ‘Nothing at Camden Town’, explores the idea of ‘nothing’ and paradoxically, how the absence of something creates a space in our lives. We all have a very human response to empty spaces; we want to fill them. Whether it is a space in the conversation, an urban space or the empty spaces in our hearts. This particular story was in fact inspired by a joke told by Eddie Izzard in one of his stand up routines. I’m not going to tell you what the joke was or where the story refers to it. If you are fans of Izzard, you can tell me. That’s your challenge, my curious reader. Oh… and if you like your stories a little bit weird and surreal, then you might like this one.
Posted on January 26, 2014, in Short stories, Words, Writing and tagged Camden Town, Fantasy, London, Nothing, Speculative fiction, Surreal fiction, Weird fiction, Words, Writing. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.