Magazine and Fictional Stories Area


So I decided to produce the Pluralist Magazine from 2017: a means to deliver a collection of articles mixing topic areas and showing current thinking in each issue. One will appear at least four times a year for as long as it continues.

I wrote a novel once. No electronic copy exists of the first - it would take a lot of scanning. In any case it was written in the 1980s and would need to be written again as parts became out of date. A second effort was partly lost in the breakdown of the Amstrad 8256 wordprocessor and a mangled copy only was copied from 3 inch disks to the added 3.5 inch drive. It was saved from CP/M to DOS, but the result needs much reworking to exist again. However, I am writing another and after a long time with text added now and again it has received quite a push. Having finished a write-through it is receiving new sub-plots and characters. I am asking for opinions before I decide what to do with it. My method of control, review and editing is in the use of the excellent YWriter, a download of specialist novel-writing software. It might be worth publishing! If you look at it and then return to it later, it will have changed.


This is the place to find the Pluralist Magazine, that contains stories (in the journalistic sense) on any topic covered within the Pluralist Website.
I don't claim to be a poet but this is where any poems will be found.
Some jokes are in this section.
There's a magic trick with cards. It is a narrative of deception. Obviously the reader will want to use the webpages to see how it was done.
Use the menu on the left.

 

Adrian Worsfold

Pluralist - Liberal and Thoughtful