Set in the aftermath of the Great War, an exclusive excerpt from Aliya Whiteley's brand new genre-defying story of fate, free will and the choices we make in life.
A haunting story by Stephen Hargadon which sees the purchase of an old book lead to devastating consequences. Illustration by Kate O’Hara.
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A poem by Marianne MacRae, based on a man she would observe on the way to work, who used to stare intently at girls whilst eating various pieces of fruit.
Inspired by classic fairytales, Gretel Keyte's crepuscular poem speaks of letting go and seeing who you really are. Illustration by Rachel Orme.
An isolated community finds itself at the centre of mysterious events in Adena Graham's disconcerting short story. Illustration by Isabel Seliger.
Sophie Fenella's poem, from our recent Adventure issue, explores the ways in which adventurous personalities can affect the dynamic of a relationship.
Now in its fourth incarnation, four fresh Faber New Poets pamphlets have been released in the ongoing partnership between Faber and the Arts Council.
A beautifully imaginative flash fiction piece by Kirsty Logan, written in response to the death of her father. Illustration by Ricardo Bessa.
Illustrator Thomas Danthony and animator Christopher van Wilson have teamed up to bring the cover of our new issue into animated form.
The Adventure Issue is here, featuring a sterling line up of illustrated fiction and poetry that travels from the moors of Yorkshire to the surface of the moon.
A spirited poem by Alexander Blustin, written to mark the end of a despondent period and the beginning of a better one. Illustration by Brandon Loving.
Gain an exclusive first read of Shadows, a tense short story from our impending Adventure issue following two astronauts lost on the moon.
In honour of World Poetry Day, read Helen Mort’s poem on writing poems, inspired by a rejection letter sent to her friend. Illustration by Yulia Yakushova.
Inspired by cliff landslides in Whitby, Angela Readman's poem talks of the close bond between our homes and our history. Illustration by Paul Garland.