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Three Stories

"Kurt Vonnegut thought the chicken's chemical makeup was hilarious." M.A.C. Farrant addresses writers and their favourite fowl. Read more

"Then Charlie took off after the Last Amphibian, which is what he calls Alvin on account of his turning from a sweet baby into a twelve-year-old canister of woe." M.A.C. Farrant investigates the sometimes blurry line between humans and animals in one Read more

A woman experiences the thrills of being furless in "Smooth," one of three modern farmyard tales by M.A.C. Farrant. Read more

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Can you tell me where the expression “It’s not my pigeon” comes from?

 
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