‘Catastrophe’ by Rowena Knight

  We heard the heart-stopping leonine groan during our morning tea-break. As Christine checked Google News the windows smithereened and Ginger Nuts hammered the office, knocking off desks and cracking screens. An infinity of biscuits poured through hallways, blocking entrances and fire exits. The receptionist’s desk was lost to an avalanche of NICE biscuits, the phone’s ring smothered by glittering snow. She’s eating her way … Continue reading ‘Catastrophe’ by Rowena Knight