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Poetry | Half-written Love Letter / Another Country by Selina Nwulu

Selina NwuluHalf-written Love Letter / Another CountryHalf-written Love LetterMy parents came here after hearing the seas of the British Isles, as if they put their...

Fiction | Dead Skin / New Skin by Ellen Jones

Ellen JonesDead Skin / New SkinEncarni stands in the cold in the middle of the park and examines the photo she has just been...

Review | The Nature of Time by Philip Womack

Philip WomackThe Nature of TimeIn Search of One Last Song: Britain’s Disappearing Birds and the People Trying to Save Them, Patrick Galbraith, William Collins,...

Essay | Les Liaisons Dangereuses: A Book That Keeps Burning by...

Sam MillsLes Liaisons Dangereuses: A Book That Keeps Burning When Pierre Choderlos de Laclos sat down to pen Les Liaisons Dangereuses in 1779, he declared...

Fiction | Matamoros, July 1846 by Sarah Moore Fitzgerald

Sarah Moore FitzgeraldMatamoros, July 1846First place in The London Magazine Short Story Prize 2022For weeks, the leaflets had been littering the encampment like broken...

Poetry | the o god by Joelle Taylor

Joelle Taylorthe o godfrom a distance/ wedding bells look like bombs dropping/ o lord the sky has broken/ into middle aged men/ there she is/...

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