Philip A. Suggars is a British writer with a single yellow eye in the middle of his forehead and a collection of vintage binoculars. His work has been published and performed in many places including The Guardian, Persistent Visions, StarShipSofa, Far Fetched Fables, and Interzone. His fiction regularly appears in Disclaimer magazine. Visit him at www.philipasuggars.com Twitter: @felipeazucares.
How did we end up so far east, on the flanks of a cold beach? You told me you always wanted to see the Pelagio, ever since you were a child. But your skin was never made for water. You shouldn’t have ever learned to swim.
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