Mark Gallacher is a Scottish writer who lives in Denmark with his wife and two sons. His stories have been shortlisted for the Fish Short Story Prize, longlisted for the Retreat West Short Story Competition, and published in New Writing Scotland in print and online literary magazines and anthologies in the UK, Denmark and the USA, most recently in Causeway, Dark Lane Anthology Vol. 7, Flash: The International Short-Short Story Magazine, and DreamForge. He has published poetry in print and online, in Acumen, Monday Night, Magma, Orbis, 3:A.M. Magazine and many more.
Photo Credit: Mark Gallacher.
You’ve been talking again.
It’s all I’ve got. Anyway. Aren’t the dying allowed
Thursday nights, we played table tennis in the
Progress Hall. ...
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