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June 2016

Paul Kingsnorth

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June 2016

I stood in the river up to my knees and the river was cold. The water filled my boots and made its way up...

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May 2016

See Inside for Holiday Special

Joanna Quinn

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May 2016

We are not tourists. We are journalists. We fly out from Heathrow, Bristol, Glasgow and Newcastle to foreign airports...

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May 2016

Panty

Sangeeta Bandyopadhyay

TR. Arunava Sinha

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May 2016

She was walking. Along an almost silent lane in the city.   Work – she had abandoned her work...

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Issue No. 16

Walking Backwards

Tristan Garcia

TR. Jeffrey Zuckerman

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Issue No. 16

‘Moderne, c’est déjà vieux.’ La Féline   I.   I pretended to remember and I smiled: it was time...

Prize Entry

April 2016

Role Play

Naomi Frisby

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April 2016

Your right hand is the first to go. One Sunday afternoon as you’re sitting on the sofa reading the...

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April 2016

Oh Whistle and

Uschi Gatward

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April 2016

God has very particular political opinions – John le Carré     M is whizzing round the Cheltenham Waitrose,...

Grace

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Issue No. 17

Sophie Mackintosh

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Issue No. 17

14. It comes for me in the middle of the day when I am preparing lunch, quartering a tomato then slicing each segment in...

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April 2016

Seasickness

David Isaacs

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April 2016

‘How would you begin?’   She puts a finger to her lips, a little wrinkled still from the water,...

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April 2016

clerical error

Victoria Manifold

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April 2016

Due to a clerical error on my part, the current Prime Minister is now living in the box room...

Oögenesis

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April 2016

Karina Lickorish Quinn

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April 2016

After her daughter had – for the third time, no less – laid her eggs in the fruit bowl, Mrs Jane Smith lost her...

 

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