‘Where are you going?
I don’t know. Away.
It’s lovely there.
Always looks better in the brochure.’
At the end of the road, at the end of the world, stands the lonely Red Road Tavern. Two writers sit and drink, planning their revolution against the outside world. There is only one problem; they don’t have a pen. Their peace is disturbed by the arrival of a stranger who is about to turn their world upside down, for better and for worse. Have the writers beaten their enemy without making a single note? Who is the real enemy? And who is the sad girl with the happy stories?
The fear of the unknown is crippling, especially when the outside world invades the sanctuary the writers have built for themselves. They must choose if their journey ends at the end of the road, or whether there is still a reason to hope for something more and venture outside the door.