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Oliver Shiny


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I tell stories.

  • Multicoloured balloons rise in to a blue sky. On Bari Lynn Hein 2016 winning short story 'A Faint, Cautionary Creee' daCunha blog
    Raves from the Band: Praise for Winner - Made Up Words Short Story Competition 2016
    Oliver
    The daCunha team talks up the winners of our 2016 fiction contest.
  • Sideways Cliches #4: A (human scale) dark and stormy night
    Oliver
    Let's explore.
  • A man obscured by smoke - Oliver Shiny on daCunha.global blog: An all-consuming problem
    Sideways Cliches #3: An all-consuming problem
    Oliver
    If necessity is the mother of invention, obsession is its nursery.
  • Looking up at a city scape of sky scrapers - When Dreams Come True - Sideways Cliches #2 Oliver Shiny on daCunha.global
    Sideways Cliches #2: When dreams come true
    Oliver
    Fate is when timing and observation create revelation.
  • A brief case exploding - "It came to me in a dream" sideways cliches. problem solving from the pen of Oliver Shiny on the daCunha.global blog.
    Sideways Cliches #1: It came to me in a dream...
    Oliver
    A good cliche works because it fits.
  • Man sits alone on a bench reading - 'Reverie on Boredom' blog on daCunha.global by Oliver Shiny
    A personal reverie on boredom
    Oliver
    Think about discomfort.
  • A buddha wth two faces - 'Equivoque' Oliver Shiny on the daCunha.global blog
    Equivoque, n.: an ambiguous expression
    Oliver
    Listen close. You may hear what people say.
  • 'Give me more, my aching heart' Oliver Shiny on daCunha Blog
    Give me more, my aching heart
    Oliver
    Sad stories are strange.
  • Masters of bending and misusing' Oliver Shiny on the daCunha blog
    Master of bending and misusing
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    Mastery is about practicing what you do till you can wear the boundaries of it like a skin. Then stretching your skin.
  • A photograph of a typewriter on a wooden bench. 'Thought-coloured painting' Oliver Shiny on daCunha.global
    Thought-colored painting
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    Antagonism is not the only, nor the most compelling, source of conflict.

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