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.
April 26, 2021

The Ahp by Kaliane Bradley

Short Fiction: Vision and colour crowded in. She was awake too; he could feel her wakefulness through the mattress.
April 21, 2021

Blog: Landing Smiles (Pt. 4)

Blog: Before starting my MA, I’d never felt the pressure of an expectant blank page...
April 19, 2021

The Rainbow Ruckus by Thomas McColl

Short Fiction: It’s well known that there’s always a crock of gold at the end of a rainbow. What isn’t so well known is that a double rainbow’s different, and at the end of that there’s simply a big ruckus.
April 12, 2021

Onrabull by Aisha Phoenix

Short Fiction: In lime green flares and a marigold shirt that set off her conker-brown skin, she waved her arms as she described the kind of beasts into which our enemy could transform...
April 5, 2021

The Last of the Mohicans by John D Rutter

Short Fiction: We knew they would come; it was only a matter of when, so we responded quickly to the alarm.
April 2, 2021

Author Not Present: Sacaran Nights

Listen: In this episode of ANP, Louise, Christina and Peter critique Sacaran Nights
March 29, 2021

The Call of Water by Katie Packman

Short Fiction: Lana’s thoughts drift back to the strange call. Who was asking for help? Why did they call this number?
March 25, 2021

Interview: Femi Kayode

Catriona Bolt interviews author of 'Lightseekers' Femi Kayode
March 22, 2021

The Baobab Tree by Zahirra Dayal

Short Fiction: You reach for a book and blow the dust off, watching it fly around the dimly-lit room. It’s the story of the Baobab Tree.
March 18, 2021

Review: Bolt from the Blue by Jeremy Cooper

Review: "Bolt From The Blue has an enjoyable insider’s feel to it."
March 15, 2021

Pink Swans By Lucy Ashe

Short Fiction: The first time the man arrives at the ballet studio, the girls ignore him. An embarrassing father come to watch a class, probably, or a friend of Miss Maisie.