Jack Cameron Stanton is a writer and editor who enjoys dismantling the absolutes of fact and fiction. Right now he edits flash fiction for Seizure while completing a Masters degree in Creative Writing. He was shortlisted for the 2017 UTS Writers' Anthology Award. He has been published by Seizure and the UTS Writers' Anthology. He lives in Sydney.
He bundled his boot cut jeans into a giant ziplock bag.‘It’s how you preserve them,’ he said to me, peering into the open freezer door.
–ingesting the berry in liquid form, when mashed, strained and fermented, has known to spread warmth through the head and neck, giddiness and erosion of social inhibition. While some note the clarity it brings, others speak of its ‘jolly clouding’ effect on the mind. Eaten raw, the Meloberry provides a great surge of energy.
It’s not really my fault, officer. It’s Jayden Baker’s.
I woke up feeling edgy
After certain drinks last night
And some lines
On my wedding night I lay in bed for forty-five minutes before I realised I was alone. I fantasize about sleeping alone, these days. Julie is my wife.
For two days the Biggun’s strongmen slogged and bogged up the Mud Road, sniffing the thief out with their meanest dogs. They found him slumped against a lightning-blasted stump, deep in a gasp-dream, eyes rolled back, blood running down his left crook.