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Ghost Story

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Issue No. 31

Pip Adam

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Issue No. 31

There was a sound coming out of her. The stenographer was recording it. It was dark in the small room and she could see...

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June 2021

Items That Have Gone Missing Inside the Lucy Temerlin Institute for Broken Shapeshifters Containment Room

Kuzhali Manickavel

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June 2021

ASSORTED BAKELITE STARS Placed in startlingly elegant nooks, these stars are meant to inspire and encourage the idea of...

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April 2021

Hypothetically

Makenna Goodman

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April 2021

Say you wrote a book about a person in search of meaning. Imagine that it was widely praised and...

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Issue No. 30

Tuscan Leather

Laura Grace Ford

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Issue No. 30

KARA   I’ve been doing this lately, leaving the flat when Luke’s at work, switching the phone to airplane mode....

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Issue No. 30

HOTEL STATIONARY (AND THIS IS THAT)

Preti Taneja

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Issue No. 30

And the night John Berger died, I, Maria, pale shadow, the youngest sister of Sabine, was walking the city....

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January 2021

‘Like a pope, at the edge of the well’

Veronica Stigger

TR. Zoë Perry

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January 2021

A selection of short pieces by Veronica Stigger   The Bridge   Todo empezó como una broma. When Pedro...

The Custard Factory

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December 2020

Camilla Grudova

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December 2020

The explosion happened one mid-morning at the Swan Custard Factory. A dust-cloud of cornstarch was ignited, blowing off the roof of the building, injuring...

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December 2020

Distancing

Jacinda Townsend

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December 2020

Ruth held out her gloved hands to Clarisse, wiggled her latex-coated fingers. ‘No risk,’ she said, pointing to the...

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October 2020

Mother and Sven

Line Kallmayer

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October 2020

  1   Her mother calls. Sven is in hospital and he is not coming back. He will most...

Deep Brown, Verging on Black

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September 2020

Norman Erikson Pasaribu

TR. Tiffany Tsao

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September 2020

He turns around and stares straight at me.   We’re walking up the long road leading to his house.   If this were an...

 

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