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Uploading three tales a week, the author anticipates she'll get to the end of the line (that'll be Woolwich Arsenal) by 2011, well in time to give our Olympic guests something topical to read as they wait for a delayed train. Though ostensibly set in each station's locale, Gramazio's inventiveness leads her tales into unexpected alleyways and, at their laconic, first-person best, manage to capture the city's character with brevity and brio.
Our current fave is Bermondsey, which concerns the Department of Architectural Futures, a graveyard for London's many construction follies that never got built. This is a truly impressive feat and a fantastic addition to London's storytelling tradition, and is surely deserving of a published version when complete. Get reading now.