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Fiction | Baa by Lilia Salammbô Fetini


‘You grow up in poverty. You are told you are lucky, and that luck is why you are the only child in the family who gets an education. You have a natural sense for numbers, and feel that luck is a question of numbers. It is a question of the number of years separating you and your siblings from the source of luck.’

New fiction by Lilia Salammbô Fetini.

Fiction | People Who Can Love by Sarah Turner


‘I’d heard about the surgery even before Cathy reminded me of it. They’d discussed it on the radio one morning, and I’d half listened as I was making coffee, but it seemed experimental – outlandish, even – and I assumed the idea would flicker, smoke, and then go out, like the time they talked about finding volunteers to go to space forever.’

New fiction by Sarah Turner.

Review | Intellectual Property by Katrina Nzegwu


‘Whilst approaching the prosaic in terms of length and division, Warmelo’s disregard for grammatical conventions pays homage to, yet disrupts and furthers a poetic legacy.’

Katrina Nzegwu reviews Aea Varfis-van Warmelo’s Intellectual Property.

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