Mirror Ball Epub Þ Kindle Edition

Mirror Ball Epub Þ Kindle Edition


2 thoughts on “Mirror Ball

  1. Senta Holland Senta Holland says:

    An uneasy, awkward, uncomfortable story about an uneasy, awkward, uncomfortable rite of passage a New Year s Eve party in a working class club that mixes the generations, genders and sexual orientations and the resulting dissatisfactions and confusions It s also a gentle and sensitive view of a young gay man growing up both of his internal landscape and the life that surrounds him A true short story, told in seemingly ordinary events that create a whole world Read it


  2. Angie Angie says:

    An excellent short story The writing is vivid and evocative, the characters instantly recognisable Well worth a read I look forward tofrom this writer.


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Mirror Ball ☀ [PDF / Epub] ★ Mirror Ball By Justin David ✍ – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Justin David s tale of working class gay life is a bitter sweet beautiful thing The audience at Polari loved it as well they should Paul BurstonIt s New Year s Eve At a working men s club in the West Justin David s tale of working class gay life is a bitter sweet beautiful thing The audience at Polari loved it as well they should Paul BurstonIt s New Year s Eve At a working men s club in the West Midlands everyone has dressed for the occasion the dance floor is jostling with high heels high hair and high expectations For Jamie this should be the biggest night of the year he s got money in his pocket his favourite hits are playing and the people he loves are all around him But where has his best friend gone And why does he feel so very far from home A darkly comic tale for anyone who s ever longed to see the other side of the rainbow.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 16 pages
  • Mirror Ball
  • Justin David
  • English
  • 03 March 2015

About the Author: Justin David

JUSTIN DAVID is a writer and artist living and working in East London After graduating from the MA Creative and Life Writing at Goldsmiths College he completed a London novel The Pharmacist set in Shoreditch about pleasure seekers derailed and looking for love in the wrong place His debut novella The Pharmacist will be released on June st by SALT Publishing as one of the first acuisitions in their Modern Dreams series Justin teaches and consults in the Arts in London and has advised the education department of the National Gallery on their schools provision He is also a regular speaker on their Take One Picture programme His writing has appeared in numerous magazines including Beige Magazine Gay Times and short story anthologies The Next Wave Millivres City Secrets Crocus Books Polari Online Magazine Even More Tonto Short Stories Tonto He has read at Royal Festival Hall for Paul Burston s gay literary salon Polari His photographic works have appeared on the pages of many magazines including Time Out Beige Out There Gay Times Attitude X GlitterWolf Fluid Pink Paper Muso and Classical Music Magazine.


2 thoughts on “Mirror Ball

  1. Senta Holland Senta Holland says:

    An uneasy, awkward, uncomfortable story about an uneasy, awkward, uncomfortable rite of passage a New Year s Eve party in a working class club that mixes the generations, genders and sexual orientations and the resulting dissatisfactions and confusions It s also a gentle and sensitive view of a young gay man growing up both of his internal landscape and the life that surrounds him A true short story, told in seemingly ordinary events that create a whole world Read it

  2. Angie Angie says:

    An excellent short story The writing is vivid and evocative, the characters instantly recognisable Well worth a read I look forward tofrom this writer.

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