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A selection of work by photographer Jannica Honey

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The Sugar Hotel:

A short story by Amy Jardine

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A poem by Anna Viceconti

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How to trim your beard:

A new short story by Heather Pearson

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Joy Division were on the cusp of mainstream success forty years ago. Neil Cooper looks at how they conquered the world

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Was it Shakespeare or Dorothy Parker:

A poem by Ben Mitchell

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Kill the poor:

Food bank use and child poverty have increased exponentially across the UK since 2010, writes Stephen Sinclair

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The Quiet in the Land:

Photographer Jane Flynn provides a fascinating insight into the lives of the Mennonites of Southern Illinois

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Hope and despair:

The highly lauded Nell Zink is one of many US writers considering the challenges of activism today, but her work lacks one vital element, writes Sibylla Kalid

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A short story by Frank Rennie, inspired by Alison McGill’s painting ‘Coastal Aerial View’.

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They may be ambivalent to one another, but the Pixies’ music is still adored as the documentary charting their reunion reveals. By Alastair McKay

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A lie too far:

Shetland resident John Neicho on why he set up a petition calling for Alistair Carmichael to resign

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Here comes the sun:

Sound of Yell’s third release is a woozy slice of summer joy, writes Neil Cooper

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A short story by Shirley Gillan

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Rusty West:

A poem by Jamie Robson

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