Onion Rings:

By Ben Mitchell

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By Kirsti Wishart

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Every mouth needs filling:

Lilly Markaki on why Hilton Als’s White Girls still matters

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The Broken Pane, Charlie Roy’s harrowing but uplifting debut examines loss, tragedy and our relationship with the past. Here she discusses creative process and how she grew from wistful scribbler to published author

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A poem by Jesica Malen

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Zero land grab:

As investors look to profit from the carbon-offset gold rush, demand for land is soaring. But letting Big Finance restore nature may come at a cost, writes Laurie Macfarlane

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Write here, write now:

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