September 20, 2021

The Beginning of the End of Bad Men in the World by JL Bogenschneider

Short Fiction: "The body was clearly a body, although it didn’t look like a person; a formerly alive thing."
September 13, 2021

My Dirty Weekend by Anne Goodwin

Short Fiction: "I’ve practised with a dildo and a tube of KY jelly. If my mother knew, it would disgust her."
August 30, 2021

Off The Runway by David Plans

Short Fiction: "The endless chorus of middle-aged men trying to understand and keep up, eating from plates of carved fruit, hoping sugar will break their desperation."
August 23, 2021

On the Phone While Blackberry-Picking by Georgie Evans

Short Fiction: "I found the fruit bushes, by smell as much as by sight, because they grew in front of a strew of Himalayan balsam."
July 26, 2021

The Hills of Ffostrasol by Alex Barr

Short Fiction: "when our party halted with a sunlit panorama below us, and I said, ‘I can’t describe how that makes me feel’, and he didn’t say a word, just smiled and nodded."
July 19, 2021

The Olive Orchard by Philip Kavvadias

Short Fiction: "The orchard belongs to the Vasdekas family. It has been with them ever since that first olive shoot defied all laws of botany."
July 12, 2021

Blog: Our new Poetry Editors Golnoosh Nour and Matthew Bates

Blog: Our new Poetry Editors introduce themselves.
July 5, 2021

Adult Education by Rachael Gordon

Short Fiction: "When it comes to men, I am currently sitting stoically in a vast kingdom of disappointment."
July 1, 2021

Interview: Imran Mahmood

Miki Lentin interviews author of 'I Know What I Saw' Imran Mahmood
June 28, 2021

She Walks with a Tokoloshe by M.L. Hufkie

Short Fiction: "Nobody had liked her uncle’s wife."
June 21, 2021

In Memoriam by Stephen Vowles

Short Fiction: “From the fires of hell,” I inform him. “Or perhaps the blood of Christ?” His uncertain gaze returns to scrutinise me
June 17, 2021

Interview: Iphgenia Baal

Alice-Louise MacGillivray interviews author of 'Man Hating Psycho' Iphgenia Baal
June 14, 2021

Beautiful Vague Things by Millie Walton

Short Fiction: I wonder fleetingly whether I have ever been sexually attracted to her. It’s not a real thought.
June 7, 2021

Fossils by Alice Ivor

Short Fiction: ...I know it’s just his way of telling me he’s sad to see me go. I slip my hand into my pocket and run my fingertips over my ammonite.
May 31, 2021

Mr Howard’s Girls by Abigail Seltzer

Short Fiction: Before I could stop myself, I had him in swimming trunks, kissing me. Next thing I knew, we were lying on a beach, gazing into one another’s eyes.
May 24, 2021

The Man in the Red Cap by Duncan Grimes

Short Fiction: I can see him holding on to the far buoy with his head leant back, staring out to the horizon. I watch his bright red cap bob between the waves as I sit in my lifeguard Kayak.
May 17, 2021

When All This is Over Go To Pat’s Flat by Shelley Hastings

Short Fiction: Get a cab. Don’t walk. The party has started. Little Mo is on the decks, he’s wearing his Moondance T-shirt from the millennium, swaying, can in hand.
May 10, 2021

Who Am I If You Keep Telling Me to Shut up? by Kayleigh Cassidy

Short Fiction: Whistling, I gaze through my reflection. This plexiglass doesn’t look strong enough to hold all that water.
May 6, 2021

Review: Dreaming in Quantum by Lynda Clark

Review: "Clark’s stories are engrossing, bringing together a collision of Clark’s love of video-gaming, Victoriana sci-fi and dreams."
May 3, 2021

Julia Roberts by Len Lukowski

Short Fiction: I was sorry for trying to kiss her if it’s not what she wanted. Hey, it’s OK, she replied. It’s just I’ve never been with a woman. I’m not a woman. You know what I mean.