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After the Harvest

Fiction

August 2021

Isha Karki

Fiction

August 2021

When they sprout, their flesh is the colour of bruises. The sun beats down and they cook and seep and split open.    The...

Fiction

Issue No. 27

The Russian Man

Claire-Louise Bennett

Fiction

Issue No. 27

Many years ago a large Russian man with the longest tendrils of the softest white hair came to live...

Fiction

Issue No. 31

Ghost Story

Pip Adam

Fiction

Issue No. 31

There was a sound coming out of her. The stenographer was recording it. It was dark in the small...

Fiction

June 2021

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

Kuzhali Manickavel

Fiction

June 2021

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

Fiction

April 2021

Hypothetically

Makenna Goodman

Fiction

April 2021

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

Fiction

Issue No. 30

Tuscan Leather

Laura Grace Ford

Fiction

Issue No. 30

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

HOTEL STATIONARY (AND THIS IS THAT)

Fiction

Issue No. 30

Preti Taneja

Fiction

Issue No. 30

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

Fiction

January 2021

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

Veronica Stigger

TR. Zoë Perry

Fiction

January 2021

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

Fiction

December 2020

The Custard Factory

Camilla Grudova

Fiction

December 2020

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

Distancing

Fiction

December 2020

Jacinda Townsend

Fiction

December 2020

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

 

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