Our brand new issue is out today, featuring a captivating collection of illustrated short stories and poems that cast us into a divergent future.
A poem by Zelda Chappel on the transitory nature of life, exploring what it means to find acceptance in loss. Illustration by Simon Prades.
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Published in our forthcoming seventeenth issue, enjoy an exclusive read of Ruth Bennett's cautionary tale with a twist — The Leaving Party.
A poem by Karen Jane Cannon, inspired by her father’s voyage across the English Channel as a novice sailor. Illustration by Oli Winward.
Take a sneaky peek at the cover of our impending issue, The Future Issue, now available to pre-order and launching on April 1st.
Peter Mortimer's short story sees a salesman receive a shocking revelation when he visits his elderly mother in a care home. Illustration by Burcin Pervin.
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Matthew Stoppard's ghostly poem brings the emotional act of accepting a partner's past into a physical reality. Illustration by Sam Pash.
A curiously reclusive co-worker maintains a secret of undefined proportions in Lillian Sciberras' short story. Illustration by Aurélie Garnier.
A poem by Ben Banyard, inspired by observations of homelessness in British towns and city centres. Illustration by Kevin Davis.
Ridden with writer's block, a novelist is shown a vast world of inspiration in Kirstie Smith's magical short story. Illustration by Michael Hirshon.
Miki Byrne's poem attempts to get inside the hearts and minds of those who are forced from their own countries. Illustration by Podessto.
A poem by Frankie Kennedy, suggesting that the exploration of fellow humankind is often the greatest form of travel. Illustration by Dave Hänggi.
Kirsty Logan's flash fiction piece celebrates oddity and individuality during those times we most try to hide it. Illustration by Tahel Maor.