November 29, 2021

Pretend Reading by Andrew Kauffmann

Short Fiction: "A shock of sunlight pierces into the cabin, turning his eyes the colour of polished timber. The eyes that tell me, I need you; told me this last night."
December 6, 2021

A Train Tour Through Texas by Camille Lewis

Short Fiction: "Born early, writhing and screaming at 11.17am."
December 13, 2021

The first time I saw Brentford by John Saul

Short Fiction: "The first time I saw Brentford I was thinking about the Roman invasion."
January 10, 2022

Good Vibrations by Philip A. Suggars

Short Fiction: "You are tied to an ancient rattan chair. Your guts are full of splintered wood..."
February 21, 2022

The Summer Queen by Cristina Ferrandez

Short Fiction: "The tavern is only half full tonight, a crowd of beardless students daring each other to one more ale..."
February 28, 2022

Warm Beers and Soggy Burgers by Farah Ahamed

Short Fiction: "If you ever come looking for me, you’ll find me sitting in my car at the Kisementi car park, listening to Radio One."
March 7, 2022

The Others by Rosemary Johnston

Short Fiction: "Olive felt like a robot penguin that had been embedded in the huddle by the team from Frozen Planet to record their goings on."
March 14, 2022

Crocodile Sanctuary by Deborah Nash

Short Fiction: "She wanted to eavesdrop, to join in, to ask them if they’d seen the crocodile everyone was talking about, but knew no French..."
March 21, 2022

Oranges by Jacob Parker

Short Fiction: "...I realise I’d completely forgotten you, for all these years."
March 28, 2022

The Weather Changes Here So Fast by Jack Petrubi

Short Fiction: "He can’t get back to sleep once he’s awake. Besides, there are things to do."
April 4, 2022

Stitches by Sarah Davy

Short Fiction: "Needle the thread, do not thread the needle."
April 11, 2022

Twy-Yice by Liz Churchill

Short Fiction: "The funny thing about the night I bump into her is that I’ve got some cracking power ballads going on in my head."
April 18, 2022

The Danger Is Still Present In Your Time by Robyn Jefferson

Short Fiction: "They used the same picture of Meggie in all the newspapers, back in 1997 when she first went missing."
May 9, 2022

Immersed by Everett Vander Horst

Short Fiction: "Church is, I’m sorry to say, a mixed blessing."
June 13, 2022

Have You Heard What’s Under the River? or The Life and Times of Genghis Khan by Okala Elesia

Short Fiction: "It’s important we set the scene. In 1201, war appeared in the sky clutching a guitar."
June 20, 2022

Five Grains Of Wheat by Colin Clark

Short Fiction: "We reporters roamed the capital, stray dogs hungry for political meat."
June 27, 2022

Tempo Rising by Alia Halstead

Short Fiction: "It wasn’t a baby, but an idea travelling into nothingness. A secret until the doctors told her emergency contact."
July 4, 2022

Topsy by Daniel Crute

Short Fiction: “'I ain’t got rickets sir, no. Nor the pox.'”
July 11, 2022

Vincent’s Lost Letter to His Brother, Theo: October 13th, 1873 by Craig Smith

Short Fiction: “'Dark nights have come to London. Away from the lamplight, there is danger in the corners of the city.'”
July 18, 2022

The Joy of Living by Alexander Hewett

Short Fiction: “'He looks across the café with searching eyes. He’s fairly certain the manager fancies him.'”