October 5, 2020

Fourteen Lilies by Laura McDonagh

Creative Non Fiction by Laura McDonagh
November 2, 2020

The Flat on Rue Le Moyne by Ryan Levitt

Creative Non-Fiction by Ryan Levitt
November 16, 2020

Hand Kissing by Golnoosh Nour

Creative Non-Fiction by Golnoosh Nour
January 15, 2021

‘We Are Condemned to Sense: Hapticality, Phenomenology, Recovery’ – excerpt. by Azad Ashim Sharma

Creative Non-fiction: I swim against the current of bodies, against the grain of the crowd, swaying as one corpus in a rhythmic harmony of bass.
March 30, 2021


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.
April 5, 2021

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.
April 13, 2021


Creative NonFiction: Home for me, my sister and mum and dad was a ground floor three bed council flat on a new-ish estate in Swiss Cottage with a pocket hanky sized garden. Like everyone we knew, we had Christmas dinner at 2 o’clock in the afternoon, so we could watch the Queen’s Christmas message at 3.
April 20, 2021


Creative NonFiction: I have based my artistic pursuits on the idea that all art is art, or, art is whatever you want it to be, or, there’s no such thing as bad art. I do not actually believe any of this is true. The truth is that I like looking at the art materials on my desk and thinking “an artist lives here".
April 27, 2021

THE BUTCHERS by Jonathan Morrow

Creative NonFiction: I’m desperate for money, and here is an opportunity. I take a photo of the email address with my phone while a man walks behind me.
May 4, 2021

THE JAVELIN by Sam Simmons

Creative NonFiction: Celebration Avenue. Victory Parade. Anthems Way. Olympic Village. Olympic sized shopping centre. Olympic Park. Olympic Javelin throwing you into London in record time. Shaving minutes off your journey. Increasing capacity on the network. Room for more. Squeeze in. Hold on tight.
May 11, 2021

FUNFAIR by Michael Eades

Creative NonFiction: August, 2020. There’s a funfair on the Common. It is only a small one: a few socially distanced rides huddling well away from one another. But it is definitely there. Its placement has a defensive quality, tucked away at the bottom of the hill down by the High Road, surrounded by a temporary fence.
May 18, 2021

Does Something Terrible Happen to the Dog? by Daisy Henwood

Creative NonFiction: Half way through a story about a child and their canine best friend, I pause to think, “this isn’t going to end well.” There is a peculiar ache to worrying about the fate of a fictional pet, a kind of inevitability that doesn’t quite translate to watching human suffering.
June 4, 2021

The Object of All Studies by Daniel Cullen

Creative NonFiction: ‘I feel dazed and dopey, my mind a blur of ideas and images’, writes Julia Bell. This state, and its discontents, will be familiar to many readers. With the relentless acceleration of online life over the last decade arising from the ubiquity of social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, anxieties of a ‘crisis of attention’ have become commonplace.
July 27, 2021

On the Confusion of Violence by Charlie Hill

Creative NonFiction: ‘Violence gives some men wings, others the bullying power of the privately educated; some it reduces. For me, it is a source of relentless confusion.'
August 4, 2021

A Necessary Disposition by Kate Venables

Creative NonFiction: ‘My father and I were both doctors. I use the past tense for my father, Harry Walker, because he died young. For myself, it is because I am no longer a real doctor. I became an epidemiologist and my clinical skills gradually atrophied.'
August 13, 2021

Time Trial by David Fisher

Creative NonFiction: ‘Living with Dad was a bit like being loaded into a comedy cannon and then fired off to land somewhere, who knows where: in hospital, India, or the wrong school. He had this thing about experience, the necessity to experience life, cram as much as possible into it, and ‘develop the ever-expanding mind,’ as he put it.'
August 9, 2022

The Burden of Guilt by Emma Werner

Creative NonFiction: ‘Insidious thing, cancer. I often thought of it as a completely separate entity from my mum.'
September 23, 2022

Roman Road by Kerry Mead

Creative NonFiction: ‘Do ghosts exist? Yes, they do. I know this because I'm being haunted.''
September 29, 2022

Ukraine Lab: Lessons from the Frontlines

"Ukraine has been the first to face and, at times, set in motion, processes tray have worldwide consequences."
September 29, 2022

Kris Michalowicz, Luhansk Stolen: Ukraine Lab

This is how they steal your hometown from you. This is what they did to your Luhansk.