'Hardflip', a new story by Mirandi Riwoe

Mirandi Riwoe
Published in ABR Fiction

The roofing gives a little under his weight but Oskar’s not afraid of heights when he’s on his skateboard. He can see his friends below. Gav has his camera ready and Amadi gives him the thumbs up.

‘Mate, it’s no higher than a ten-set,’ Amadi calls.

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Published in ABR Fiction

Mirandi Riwoe

Mirandi Riwoe is a Brisbane-based writer. Her novella The Fish Girl won Seizure’s Viva la Novella V and was shortlisted for The Stella Prize. Her début novel She be Damned was followed in 2018 by A Necessary Murder. She is Peril Magazine’s prose editor. Her work has appeared in Best Australian Stories, Meanjin, Review of Australian Fiction, Griffith Review and Best Summer Stories.

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