Little Big Stuff:

Chris Dooks has created a hypnotic fusion of sonic art and photography

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The Necessary Lie:

A new short story by Taryn McDonnell

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The calling:

A poem by Anna Viceconti

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De Palma:

A new documentary examines the work of one of the most influential players in modern US cinema, writes Robert Gallacher

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Wurl o’ Seamus:

A story by Shane Johnstone

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This Life:

Jamie Robson on how he grew from bumbling teen to film lead. Interview by Patrick Small

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Onion Rings:

By Ben Mitchell

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If you could only recommend one novel from your country, which would it be? Ana Iliescu salutes Mircea Cartarescu’s Orbitor, a triumph of Romanian literature

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

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Review by Victor Eaves

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A rare and gentle thing:

Carla Lane’s best work captured the essence of an era and featured many of Merseybeat’s finest, writes Neil Cooper

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Take me to the river:

Vashti Bunyan fled the 1960s music business to roam Britain on a horse and cart, leaving behind an album of such intense beauty that it became an international cult hit 30 years later. Sylvia Patterson welcomes back folk’s most talented absentee

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Mentoring for new writers:

Revise and perfect your story for publication this autumn

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