Issue 47 Winter 2021 
Cicadas by Arne Weingart
Terra Nova by F. E. Choe                                            
Like Greenwood: an interview with Sarah Hall
A Guide to Household Infestations by Edward Hogan
North Chicago by Marsha Blitzer
27 handles by Mark Fiddes
I Smell Burning by Gram Joel Davies
Finlandia by Annie Kerr
All Hands Belong by Beth Booth                            
Leitmotif by Warren Mortimer                                                          
Franco Manca by Tanvi Roberts
A Narrow Field by Amy Crutchfield      
The Worst Thing by Mary Switalski
Rat by Phoebe Walker
Your Local Recycling Centre Welcomes You by John Saul
The Power Went Out in Midtown by Marie Ungar
Year of the Rat by Kit Fan             
Fallow Time: an interview with Seán Hewitt
Do to My Body by Amanda Rachel Robins
Going Out by Peter Archer
Ode to Crab Rangoon by Stevie Edwards

Featuring artwork by

Cover by Blanca Amorós

Issue 46 Autumn 2021 
The Imp Haven by Elias Hutchinson
Moth Short Story Prizewinner                             
Body Language by Alexandra Corrin-Tachibana
Bindi-eye by Kathryn Pallant
Remote Learning by Stuart Pickford
Semantics by Connor Harrison
A Time of Exploration: an interview with Tishani Doshi
Look: by Joey Lew
Sprouting by Dan Leitch                            
Moth Short Story Prizewinner                             
self-lullaby by Wye Haze
I’m Marrying My Dissatisfaction And You’re All Invited by Gabrielle Griot      
I Want More Than Just This: an interview with Conor O’Callaghan
Mermaid by Laurie Bolger
Fox by Sharon Black       
Moth Short Story Prizewinner                             
squirrel fondles acorn, I think about death by Elias Peek Sorich
In Winter by Anne Dyer Stuart
Brian’s Guy by Rachel Burns

Featuring artwork by

Cover by Travis Schlaht

Issue 45 Summer 2021 
Neck braces from the corporatocracy by Emily Ford
Cabbage Aisle Kids by Imogen Cook                                     
What They Roared by Adam Tavel
My Mum, World Leader by Stuart Pickford
Diary by Stephen Sharp
The Broom by Peter Mladinic
Harmony of the Spheres by Tim Turnbull
At the Bodega by Steve Ablon                            
Franklin Super by Mahito Indi Henderson                                                                    
Juju for Cloves by Michael Martin
Straightness Is by Patrick Holloway      
Reach for Something Else: an interview with Nidhi Zak/Aria Eipe
Night Train by Ruth Sharman
China by Maitreyabandhu
That’ll Be Good by Judith Hoyer
Bloodrush by Veronica Niero
Desperados by Dorothy Cornish               
60 per cent of bisexual people are in
psychological distress at any one time 
by Elspeth Wilson
In the olden days by Vanessa Lampert
That’s How I Need to Be: an interview with Megan Nolan
Garlic Lamb Meatballs by John Leonard
At Evening by Alexander Majendie
Tara Said by Elaine Feeney
The Moth Count by Suzannah Evans
night music by Ewan Monaghan

Featuring artwork by

Cover by Tor-Arne Moen

Issue 44 Spring 2021 

In the dream of the cold restaurant by Abigail Parry
A Week in March by Rowland Bagnall
The Dead Arose and Appeared to Many by Kathleen Murray
Jesus Never Laughed by Clint Margrave
Midnight Supper at the Winter Palace by Jessica Bundschuh
Hippo by Alexandra Melville
Chewing on the Wires: an interview with Hera Lindsay Bird
Collier in His Natural State by Collier Brown
Unfinished Dialectic in the Communal Kitchen by Will Pittam      
The Specialist by Randy F. Nelson                                  
Chaos Soliloquy by Michael Lavers
A Debut Novelist: an interview with Keith Ridgway
Livestock by Neil McCarthy      
Aftershave by David Romanda
Asleep on the Wing by Jess McKinney
Instrument by Guy Elston
Blasted Out the Caravan Door by Sean Tanner
The Marigolds by Jodie Hollander            
Teenage Girls by Sharon Black
IKEA by Matthew Valades
Winter Coupling by Kevin Higgins
For the Poet Who Writes to Me While Standing
in Line at CVS, Waiting for His Mother's Prescription
by Suzanne Cleary
Death in Toronto by Eleanor Fuller

 artwork by
Jeffrey Chong WangAmanda DoranMercedes Helnwein and Sheila Rennick

Cover by 
Ephrem Solomon


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