• Space Fiction

    Missing

    He was missing her more than his front teeth. ‘She couldn’t just disappear,’ he was swearing under his breath as he checked every room. There was the usual mess, and plenty of it, but as far as he could tell…

  • Non-fiction

    5 Life Lessons from making popcorn

    Do you ever get all philosophical when doing something simple? If so, you can forgive my rambling. Grab some popcorn and live your life however you want. 1. Listen to your parents – they learnt from experience and cowboy movies…

  • Space Fiction

    New planet, new me.

    ‘New planet, new me,’ she said to herself and unsealed a hatch. Gamma-2564 was going to be great; the best place to keep New Years resolutions: no oxygen atmosphere to have a fag, and in low gravity she was few…

  • Space Fiction

    358 Delta

    There was nothing erotic about space travel in the 22nd century. They connected you to so many tubes and cables, that you felt like in a mother’s womb, maybe not as safe but cramped and overprotected. No chance for an…

  • Non-fiction

    Why do I like interviews

    Interviews can be nerve-wrecking, but only if you really, really want to get that job. I highly recommend going for few interviews for jobs you definitely don’t want to get. Sit down, relax, and talk about yourself. I used to…

  • Non-fiction

    Polish Accent

    My English will never be as good as my Polish, but it will not stop me from imposing my funny accent on anyone who would listen. Learning The key to learning a foreign language is allowing few bruises on your…

  • Space Fiction

    Snow story

    ‘I miss Earth,’ I break the silence. ‘We’re off to a better place,’ he says without looking up from his screen. ‘I know, I know, but what if you could go back?’ ‘I’d die of radiation poisoning.’ ‘Well, not now.…

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    Tea Lovers

    t’s quite a challenge to read between the lines in your second language, especially when it comes to mysterious and elusive Irish men. Did you know that when they say “tea” they can mean something different entirely? In my naivety…

  • Space Fiction

    A window to the world

    I looked out the window. I could still see the ocean, but I knew that it would soon be gone. I will never see it again. Blue dot of Earth was getting smaller and smaller. ‘Missing home, already?’ Cooper asked.…

  • Non-fiction

    Trans-Siberian Train

    The winter tour The story of my Trans-Siberian journey could be told in numbers over: 3 weeks, 300 Buddhists, 13,000 kilometres , -30 degrees outside, +30 degrees inside; From Irish Wild Atlantic Way to standing on frozen Pacific Ocean; Banna…