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Our inaugural issue features Paula Rego on art and storytelling, Tom McCarthy on writing, art and cricket (‘How can cricket not be German?’) and Andre Schiffrin on the prospects for print publishing Our sold out debut also features fiction by Patrick Langley and Desmond Hogan, poetry by Alexander Nemser and photography by Marcus Leatherdale Removable dust jacket with a limited edition print by artist Viktor Timofeev
Issue No. 1

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February 2011

Our inaugural issue features Paula Rego on art and storytelling, Tom McCarthy on writing, art and cricket (‘How can cricket not be German?’) and Andre Schiffrin on the prospects for print publishing. Our sold out debut also features fiction by Patrick Langley and Desmond Hogan, poetry by Alexander Nemser and photography by Marcus Leatherdale. Removable dust jacket with a limited edition print by artist Viktor Timofeev.

ISSUE CONTENTS

Two Prose Poems

Alexander Nemser


Poetry

Marcus Leatherdale and the Adivasi

Amabel Barraclough


Art

Futures Past: Monumental Memories of Modern Berlin

Leila Peacock


Essay

In Somaliland

Ismail Einashe


Essay

L'Heure Froide

Charles Cros (tr. Sophie Lewis)


Poetry

Darkness and Dream: Levi Reads Byron and Leopardi

Anthony Rudolf


Essay

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Issue No. 10

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Issue No. 10

Editorial

The Editors

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Issue No. 10

This tenth editorial will be our last. Back in February 2011, on launching the magazine, we grandiosely stated that we...

 

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