• The Opaque Detachment by Samuel Prince

    Athens, 1976 Midday. Time to kill. The two men walked among the ancient ruins at the back of the tour party pack. They abstractedly inspected the stubs of volutes, columns and temple friezes. Dust, grit and a kissy wind. They felt braised with a skin they didn’t dock, earlier that morning, at Piraeus harbour in. […]

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