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Issue 19 Winter 2014
 
Ghazal of the Tonsured-in-Denial by Killian O’Donnell                                   
I Like Going to Oz: an interview with Billy Collins                 
The fish I would like to meet by Catherine Ayres  
Archives by Martin Monahan (Should read: Archives by Martin Malone)
Thistledown by Dermot Healy                               
The Emancipation of Gordon Spanner by Sharon Boyle                                                        
Cardiac Examination by Tim Cresswell                  
The Winter of ’62 by Jude Cowan Montague         
Filial Piety by E. Michael Desilets                          
Hot Wind Some Day by Carl Bowlby                    
My Mother’s Lover by Lani O’Hanlon                   
Poem by Rowland Bagnall                                      
on the doorstep by Marjon Mossammaparast          
Empire Tour by John Boyne                                  
Hue by Tom Gowen                                                
Unanswered by David Cameron                           
The War Reporter Paul Watson’s Obsession With Combat Sex by Dan O’Brien   
No Whining by Meryl Natchez                              
Born into a Subject: an interview with Kamila Shamsie                          
Speech from the Cage by Damian Furniss             
Over Six Dry Cow by Nancy White   
After Eavesdropping at the Temple by Mike Casetta 
The Frog by Kate Quigley                                       
Newt Passant Guardant by Seth Crook                 
Why can’t we be friends? by Christopher Evans     
The Sad Mans Club by TRH                                 
Do Let’s Please Be Happy by Jacqueline Kolosov-Wenthe                  
The Moth Short Story Prize 2015                           

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Cover by Randy Mora






Issue 18 Autumn 2014
 
Cutting Corners by Dustin Junkert
Emily by Mandy Beaumont
Borderline by Eleanor Holland                               
Holly Road by Dermot O’Keeffe                           
The Boys Throw Rocks at Swans and I Watch by Adam Rooke                                                           
The Exterminator of Curls by Dana Robbins                                                         
What All Poems are About by Ronald McFarland                                  
To Have My Cake and Eat It: an interview with Dan Rhodes                 
Wife by Margot Douaihy                                        
Savage Garden by Sara Henry                                
Gypsy Songs by David Salner                               
Clemence and Constance Go West by Charlotte Bondy
Scrapper by Adam White                       
A Bee Flat Sonnet by Sarah Jefferis    
High-Altitude Parachutist by Martin Kratz   
The Obvious Path: an interview with Emily Berry                 
Behind the Seen by Virginia Jealous                     
Upcycle by June Caldwell
The Unpublished Journal Entry of an Italian Surgeon … by W. Frank                                   
Woods by Peter Rawlings                       
The King’s Salt by Yusef Komunyakaa 
Things to Do by James Sulter                                 
The Caterpillar Poetry Prize

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Cover by Cesar Santos 




Issue 17 Summer 2014
 
Call me Sweetheart by Máighréad Medbh
Triple Negative by Anja Konig
The Compassionate by Andrew Squitiro
Hitchhikers by Steven Blythe
What the Sirens Sang to Odysseus by Cathy Bryant                                      
At the Camp on Lake St George by James Breslin                                                 
The Fish by Yewande Omotoso                              
Whitechapel Hospital, 1995 by Richard Kemp       
Pâté de Foie Gras by Pascale Petit                          
Alderflies by Togara Muzanenhamo                      
Crow Conversation by Becca de la Rosa
The Allure of Elsewhere: an interview with Rob Doyle
The Holiday by Hamish Robinson                          
Parking in Snow Country by Damien Doorley       
Lake Lure by William Walsh                                  
The 73 Things You Know by The Man in the Black Pyjamas 
The Route Back by Megan Alpert                           
Written to the Edge of the Cliff: an interview with Tom MacIntyre                     
The Religion of Healing by Laura Post  
For Subsideen the Gnome by Kola Tubosun 
Mourning Becomes Shelbourne Falls by Nuala Ní Chonchúir                                              
Flying Over the North Pole by Amali Rodrigo       
Lascaux by Tom Moore                                         
Harvesting Underwater Fields by Sarah Clancy
The Dead Man by Matthew Sweeney                     
Bean Popcorn by James Loks                                
The Ballymaloe International Poetry Prize


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Cover by Kenne Gregoire





Issue 16 Spring 2014
 
Bottled Time Turns Sour by Tom MacIntyre
Half a House for Half a Novel: an interview with Eimear McBride
On Realising My Son Was Socrates and My Husband Frank Sinatra by Billie Travalini      
A Domestic Scene by Gréagóir Ó Dúill                 
Mirror by Elizabeth Burns                                       
Cormorants by Michael Prior                                
I've Been Thinking About the Reasons Why We Should Probably Break Up by Sara Baume           
Death of a Cheerleader by Ian Ganassi                    
Concerning Spanish People by Hugh Smith           
Ballymaloe International Poetry Prizewinners        
We Were Not Stopping But Always Did by Paul Stephenson                                                
The Shift by Dennis Lee                                          
December by Abriana Jette                                     
A Day in Court by Mark O’Flynn                                 
Hannah, Decanter and Cloud by Susan Rich          
The Embarrassing Soundtrack to the Opening Scene of My Life by Michael Sarnowski     
Like an Ordinary Life: an interview with Donal Ryan                         
Patrick’s Roadhouse by Paul Lieber                          
Berry Nide by June Caldwell        


Featuring art by
Claire LauCesar SantosDavid Paul CostelloElva Paulson and Clare Elsaesser
 
Cover by Clare Elsaesser