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Liberating the Literary Canon | Houman Barekat

Read June/July 2018 in full here. The Unmapped Country: Stories & Fragments, Ann Quin, And Other Stories, January 2018, edited by Jennifer Hodgson. pp. 192,...

Cycling the Appian Way | Maggie Butt

Our wheels bump-and-jar on the flatblack stones which once vibrated to the drubbing feet of legionnaires, leaving forum and family behind, marching south in the scent of...

Mrs Norwood’s “Kerfuffle” | David Burke

On 11 September 1999 Mrs. Norwood, an eighty-seven year old grandmother, woke up to find the world’s press occupying her front garden. ‘The game’s...

The Mirror | Moniza Alvi

after Jules Supervielle Give her a mirror halfway across the road, she’ll see life in it, slipping through her hands, a glittering star like an irregular heart which...

William Bedford | Flying Lessons

The dark hours shift was the only one Stephen had liked, and tonight was his last. The beat patrols were already out around town...

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