The Ranfurly Review is a literary journal from Edinburgh, published by Smashing Press and run by the talented author, Colin Galbraith. It is a quarterly publication, coming out in March, June, September and December every year, and it publishes high quality short fiction and poetry.
I am very pleased to be able to share that I have a piece of short fiction – ‘Entropy’s Arrow’ – that has been recently published in the June issue of The Ranfurly Review. This issue is out now as a free downloadable e-magazine, so do head over to Ranfurly‘s webpage, download the issue and have a read of my short story. ‘Entropy’s Arrow’ was written in the midst of a rather bleak, snow-filled week and, at that point in time, I was feeling particularly inspired by the work of Tom Stoppard’s Arcadia, Alan Shapiro (see this amazing poem here), & Theodore Roethke’s ‘The Meadow Mouse’. All these things were swirling round and the grey matter came up with ‘Entropy’s Arrow’.
Read, enjoy, think about the laws of entropy!