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SHORTS is a collection of Chris Page's short fiction. It is really rather paltry considering how long he has been at writing.

The Freebie Is Billy Freeb the world's most innovative musician or is he not a musician at all? Is he a genius or is he the world's laziest man? Whatever, his 15 minutes are upon him — will he survive?
The Freebie was first published in the July 2002 edition of The London Magazine.

Cats Die Middle age and disillusion are creeping up on our hero H and he plans to take it lying down. H's adulterous plan could bring him release or ruin. Or, of course, fickle life might have other ideas for him.

Poems The author doesn't read poetry, and doesn't get it when he does, but here are three poems by him anyway.

Bog Extracts from a weblog by the author. Is it real or is it made up? You decide.


Shorts — short fiction by Chris Page
Cover art by Chris Page

Chris Page was born in Sweden, brought up in Gloucestershire, and lived in London and New York, before settling in Osaka, Japan, where he has lived for 20 years.

Chris recently published his first novel Weed, which is available in paperback and as an ebook.

Apart from writing fiction, Chris works in education, and as an editor and freelance writer. He is the editor of Kansai Scene magazine. His work has appeared on CBC TV News (Canada), in The Japan Times, Time Out (London) Kyoto City Guide, The London News Review, Kansai Scene, Tokyo Scene, The Gloucester Citizen, Kansai Time Out and various non-commercial publications and web sites.

Psipook Press is an imprint created by the author and which has grandiose ambitions in the area of independent publishing.


contact: typed without the spaces, psipook @ psipook .com

Shorts is currently available as an e-book from Kindle and