Category Archive: Prose

Late Night Bus Loops

*Trigger Warning Abuse* We met in the dimmest corner of the bar. Perusing through a bunch of photos he took at a marijuana-fueled party in a house that looked as though a dump… Continue reading

I Have Short Hair So You Don’t Have To Hold It Back

This is the true story of my life as a stand up comedian. They have two-for-one meals on comedy night. Trevor had the steak and the chicken parmigiana. I had sandwiches before I… Continue reading

Our Love

A portrait of innocence, the young girl sits. The apple of her father’s eye. Brought into the world amidst high hopes, happiness, heart. He always told her he loved her. My little angel,… Continue reading

Football in Two Halves: Second Half

My early years at school were horrible, mainly because of one boy.  This one boy was at the centre of my hatred because I was the centre of his cruelty. Although he could… Continue reading

Football in Two Halves: First Half

You know those defining moments you see in teenage sporting movies where, against all odds and all logic, the team is inspired by a single act in a losing game to turn it… Continue reading

Short Back and Sides

The first time Alexander had a haircut was the first time he had ever cum. His parents were a product of the sixties, all hair and freedom as long as you were in… Continue reading

Girls Gone Mild

Mild Mutant is pleased to bring you our first ever edition of our first ever zine: Girls Gone Mild. Featuring girls, vaginas, anatomy and dichotomy, the zine is a clusterfuck of drawings, photos,… Continue reading

All That Glitters Ain’t Gold

A pyrite glimmer clings to the glamorous Percentage Hotel. Guests slump into the reception hall, leaving a trail of grease on the linoleum floor. The host, Mark, greets them exuberantly. His small, blue… Continue reading

New People

Last weekend I went to a party and I had a couple of drinks but not that many and I decided to try and be brave and talk to people I didn’t know.… Continue reading