An ellipsis (or … if you will) is used to indicate an intentional omission, unfinished thought, trailing off into silence… or a sudden leap from one topic to another.
Fittingly, Humberstone’s Ellipsis is a series of six standalone but interconnected short stories.
In the first black-and-white missive, a young woman contemplates the incongruous nature of airports as she begins a new chapter of her life, dealing with crowds, check-ins and angry passengers.
‘Airports are great… yep.’
Ellipsis Issue One, by Tom Humberstone, is published by Solipsistic Pop on 27 July, priced at £5.