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Issue 26 Autumn 2016
 
Two Things by Shane Jones                
Thirty-Nine by Dan O’Brien               
Up Against the Genius: an interview with Benjamin Markovits
Jellyfish by Ceridwen Hall                              
Dream this for me by Noel King                     
The Contents of My Suitcase by John Wall Barger                 
Sleep by Edward Denniston                            
from On Collapse: Panel Three by Andrew Eaton                                          
Yellow Belly by Nikki McWatters                  
Ninety-Three by Len Krisak                           
Simone as Percy’s Father by Andrew Turner  
Lessons from the First Anglo-Afghan War by Ayesha Chatterjee                                
The Bridge by R. O’Connor                             
Paolo Reads Francesca’s Letter to the Guardian by Conor Kelly                                             
Provence, 1923 by P. T. Stone                        
Periodical Closet by Bill Gilson                      
Puddles by Sheila Armstrong             
Let the Kid Write: an interview with Lisa McInerney              
The Hummingbirds by Kelly McCaughrain     
Membrane by Maja Lukic                              
The Uses of Carpentry by Martin Monahan    
Lost in Translation by Killian O’Donnell         
   

Featuring artwork by
Sarah Leonard, David Piddock and Tomasa Martin 

Cover by David Piddock 



Issue 25 Summer 2016

The California Grizzly by Matthew Woodman        
He Does Anything But: an interview with Tom McCarthy               
Café Hassan by Helen Farish                         
Stripped by Nick Lipley                     
Proves the Rule by James Kincaid     
Victoria’s Pig Died by David Romanda
First Kiss by Claire Booker                            
Bird on the School Path by Dawn Watson    
Wild Days by Terence Winch                        
Yes. Well by Myra Connell                             
Sunflowers by Jennifer Tonge                        
When We’ve Arrived by C. Pam Zhang        
Ruth by Annie Muir                           
Not Summer Yet by Stuart A. Paterson
The Switch by Mona Arshi                
Glad There Are Places by Hugh Smith
Doesn’t Have to be Pretty: an interview with Andrew McMillan                  
Conversation by Jaime An Lim                     
A Hurricane Named You by Neely Woodroffe        
Removal by Michael O’Sullivan        
Stoned by Christina Logue                
The wrestler Tillet – The French Angel – is examined by Harvard anthropologists, Boston,
1940 by Daniel Roy Connelly                        
In the Park by Jonathan George                     
In the Ether of Disappointing, Not Devastating News byMichelle Miller   
My Mother Passes Down Another Story by Mark Czanik                                        
The Chantry Priest by Thomas Maloney        
Bats by Josephine Norman                             


Featuring artwork by
Clive Hicks-Jenkins, Jonathan Turner and Jane Hambleton

Cover by Michael Carson



Issue 24 Spring 2016

I Dreamed Seve Ballesteros Was Playing Golf Again byStephen Sharp                                                   
Baseball on the Radio at Night by Eva HD              
Sheffield by Michael Brown                                       
Spaciousness by Chase Twichell                               
Arterial by Abigail Parry                                
Snake Charm by Sean Lusk                         
The Wound by Gerald Dawe                      
Summer ’13 by Nell Wilson                         
Brown Hairstreak Eggs by Ruth Sharman               
Cemetery Garden by Ella Frears                                
Oddly Well-Adjusted: an interview with Thomas Morris                
Tom Crean Sings Sean-nós at the Tiller in the Southern Oceanby David McLoghlin           
The Belgian Blue by Laura Morgan                            
A Summer Storm in Lycoming County by Michael P. McManus                                   
Phoebe and the Troopship by James Leader      
Blues by Fred Johnston                               
Dance Therapy by Natalya Anderson     
Paint it Red Because it Means Something: an interview with Sara Baume                             
Thirty-Seventh View of Mount Fuji by Sharon Black                                                        
Writing Won’t Feed the Family by Jason Newman                                                           
Speaking of the Dead by Frank Farrelly                 
Nigel Has Six Flash Friends by Bette Pesetsky     


Featuring artwork by
Firelei Baez, Jonathan Queen and Tran Nguyen

Cover by Serge Gay Jr.