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Ruins

Prize Entry

September 2022

Leeor Ohayon

Prize Entry

September 2022

1.   A mural with a soldier and a worker at its centre. Broken tiles on the floor. A red star, peeling. Angles from...

Fiction

August 2022

How Much Is That Doggie In The Window?

Gloria Mwaniga Odary

Fiction

August 2022

The day Mama threw a cooking stick at Kagonya was a November day so hot that the ripened bananas...

Fiction

June 2022

The Life of Andy

David Hayden

Fiction

June 2022

October 12, 1976, Soho, London. Andy stood in the alley outside the Prince of Wales. He felt in the...

Fiction

May 2022

Strangers

Benedict Andrews

Fiction

May 2022

On the final evening of the conference, Clara leaned against the railing of her fifth floor balcony and watched...

Fiction

April 2022

Amwaj

MK Harb

Fiction

April 2022

When the water first left us, so did the birds. Manzour, the great white pelican, no longer flew over our...

Fiction

January 2022

Carmen

Nara Vidal

TR. Emyr Humphreys

Fiction

January 2022

— Stay, Carmen! There’ll be cake! We bought it just for you! Stay!   It was twenty past seven...

Marble

Fiction

October 2021

Sara Mesa

TR. Martha Sprackland

Fiction

October 2021

At that time our experience with death was very limited. Sometimes someone’s grandfather or grandmother would die, like a domino falling when its turn...

Fiction

September 2021

Lick the Dust

Leon Craig

Fiction

September 2021

When you misplace something in the library here, it stays lost for a very long time. The eighteenth-century catalogue...

Fiction

Issue No. 31

Sleep

Elias Rodriques

Fiction

Issue No. 31

On the evening flight on my way to the 2016 annual gastroenterology conference, I am the only one with...

Tents, Brittas Bay, 1976

Fiction

August 2021

P Kearney Byrne

Fiction

August 2021

The last fella was baby-faced with tufty brown hair and it was Majella’s turn to sit in front. He’d been crapping on about what...

 

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