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Hangnails, and Other Diseases

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April 2017

Giada Scodellaro

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April 2017

Benson’s Syndrome   Grapefruit. I have lost the word for it. Popillo? Popello? No, no. It escapes her, the word, she tries to dig...

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April 2017

Birch

Thomas Chadwick

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April 2017

1997   Business boomed. Optimism was shooting up everywhere and bursting into flower. Music was jocular. Sport was effusive....

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April 2017

Terre Haute

Lauren Van Schaik

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April 2017

We’ve been quarantined in the school gym for three weeks when we realise just how much we’ve forgotten. Not...

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April 2017

Pylons

David Isaacs

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April 2017

Once upon a time, Dad would begin, I think, focusing on the road, there was a man called Watt....

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April 2017

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Anna Glendenning

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April 2017

 1. PhD   Blue bedroom, Grandma’s house, Aigburth, Liverpool   I gave birth to one hundred thousand words. Tessellated,...

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April 2017

Remain

Ed Lately

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April 2017

The apology had been the most charged and contested gesture between us, the common element in arguments whose subjects...

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Issue No. 20

Nicole Flattery

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Issue No. 20

My boyfriend, the comedian, took pleasure in telling me about rejection – how it came about, how to cope with dignity, how it had...

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April 2017

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Christopher Burkham

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April 2017

1. APARTMENT INTERIOR/MORNING/BELYAYEVO, MOCKBA, ROSSIJSKAJA FEDERACIJA…   There is a T-shirt on the desk in front of him.  ...

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April 2017

A JOURNEY THROUGH ☆ FAMOUS ☆ BY ♫ 'KANYE WEST' ♫

Liam Cagney

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April 2017

A twilit bedroom. Silence. Ceiling view of the base of a hyper-extended bed—the length of a catwalk. Slow pan...

The Refugee

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Issue No. 20

Kristen Gleason

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Issue No. 20

Brian Ed waited outside the ration house. Merlijn took his time coming to the door, and opened it slowly. Brian Ed raised his hand...