December 2016


We're pleased to announce the publication of December's online issue, which includes a new short story by Rowan Hisayo Buchanan, whose debut novel continues to garner critical acclaim on both sides of the Atlantic. Harry Thorne interviews artist Caragh Thuring, who figures painting as an exercise in failure and excavation, and we feature Bonnie Camplin's new exhibition at 3236RLS. Will Harris and Adelaide Docx prove that there is poetry after Trump, while Orlando Reade uses the fifth anniversary of the London riots, which seem now like an early harbinger of today's unrest, to reflect on empathy and inequality.