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Roman Road by Kerry Mead

Creative NonFiction: ‘Do ghosts exist? Yes, they do. I know this because I’m being haunted.”

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FOXGLOVES by Lyndsay Wheble

‘Adam picked a foxglove one day, up on Dartmoor,’ I said, ‘when he was little. It was really bad.’ I left a gap for my parents to chip in. ‘Don’t you remember?’ I asked, looking at each of them in turn. Dad took a sip of his pint. Mum sighed. Oh, it’s my imagination again. Right. I sat back in my chair. Clearly, they’d hoped that motherhood had put an end to all that.

THIS IS THE COFFEE THAT NEV BOUGHT by Isabella Naiduki

Creative Non-Fiction: It’s no surprise that I find myself confronting a lot of hard truths lately. These uncertain times that we find ourselves wading through on a daily basis have that effect on people, I guess. They foster lucid dreams, like when I dreamt of my mother.

Tono su Tono

Federica Lugaresi spends four weeks in the Stamperia Bertozzi.

Tsunami: Nature and Culture

An excerpt from Richard Hamblyn’s new book: ‘From the legend of Atlantis to the violent tsunamis of the present day, this book casts new light on one of the world’s most spectacular and destructive natural phenomena.’

Interior Dialogues: Love

The next in Gaylene Gould’s Interior Dialogues Series: ‘The way our conscious sense of propriety interrupts our flow is one of the ghosts that must be killed before we can truly free our voice…’