Johnathan Colourfield - Stories

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    Johnathan Colourfield

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    The world of legend is where Johnathan's work resides. He enjoys exploring alternative worlds and realities created through the legends he has heard over the years.
    Re-adpating tales such as fallen angels and the nephylim in the "Trust me.." series to the Mayan Crystal Skull legend in "The Womans Game". John also has a large collection of shorter stories, poems and mini series.
    Chance creates Risk. Risk Creates Loss. Loss develops character. It's all Catharsis in the end...
  1. Operation Wonder

    By Johnathan Colourfield, in 2015-1 Secret Santa Short Story. 12/16/2015 (Updated: 12/16/2015)

    A perfectly ordinary boy with a perfectly ordinary family. That was until a police officer came to their door and they had to hide in the closet. Just your average Christmas really!
  2. Incomplete Recollections 3. Summer Premium Anthology Premium

    By Johnathan Colourfield, in Fiction. 08/17/2013 (Updated: 08/17/2013)

    A journey to the centre of the mind. By clearing the mind and reconfiguring partials you can see what is truly there. Two questions. Have you completed your task? Are you actively remembering? A piece of creative interactive storytelling.
  3. Requiem For Antonin Artaud

    By Johnathan Colourfield, in 2013 Poetry Anthology: Whispers in the Dark. 04/05/2013 (Updated: 04/05/2013)

    A poem of complete and utter transcendence and spiritual nothingness. A poem inspired by the writing style of Antonin Artaud.
  4. Johnathan Colourfield's Academic Papers

    By Johnathan Colourfield, in Non-Fiction. 03/22/2013 (Updated: 03/22/2013)

    A collection of essays and papers from school that I thought would share with GA :)
  5. Lost in Venice

    By Johnathan Colourfield, in 2013-1 A Night To Remember. 03/04/2013 (Updated: 03/04/2013)

    Is it eight o'clock yet?
  6. The Valley of The Kings

    By Johnathan Colourfield, in Fiction. 02/15/2013 (Updated: 02/15/2013)

    “We are not free. And the sky can still fall on our heads” – Antonin Artaud

    Originally written for The Mentor Program – Fall Writing Project.
  7. The Woman's Game

    By Johnathan Colourfield, in Fiction. 08/27/2011 (Updated: 01/12/2013)

    The Mayans held a secret that has remained hidden for so many years but that secret has been revealed to the wrong people. The Skulls have been found and The Shrouded One and The Spirit will rise… Again.
  8. Down The Rabbit Hole

    By Johnathan Colourfield, in 2012 Poetry Anthology: Cracks of Time. 04/12/2012 (Updated: 04/12/2012)

    A short tribute to the genius that is Lewis Carroll.
  9. The Room

    By Johnathan Colourfield, in 2012-1 It Wasn't Me. 03/01/2012 (Updated: 03/01/2012)

    You are in a room. You don’t know why. You see things and you hear things. What did you do?
  10. The Love Song of Dr. J E Cristpin

    By Johnathan Colourfield, in 2011-4 Aftermath. 12/03/2011 (Updated: 12/03/2011)

    We grow old... We wander and we glance. Here is one moment in time. Remember what is lost and what is found.
  11. Johnathan Colourfield's Writing Exercises

    By Johnathan Colourfield, in Fiction. 06/13/2011 (Updated: 08/05/2011)

    This is going to be where i am going to publish the writing exercizes that i have discovered and been directed to by members and through the Writing Prompts Forum. Enjoy reading my small little tales. I am going to attempt at least four exercises a week for your enjoyment.
  12. Trust me… This is the Darkest Hour

    By Johnathan Colourfield, in 2011-3 Legends. 07/31/2011 (Updated: 07/31/2011)

    Life repeats. Everyone lives then everyone dies. But what would you do, if you kept reviving?

    What would you do if you had no choice in the matter?

    And what would you do if someone just kept killing you without knowing how or why?
    Follow me as you discover one of the darkest fallen angels of this, or any time…
  13. Stetson Boy

    By Johnathan Colourfield, in 2011-2 Walk on the Wild Side. 05/20/2011 (Updated: 05/20/2011)

    I can’t remember. It’s patchy. A legend of sorts. He was hardly forgettable but then I just simply forgot…