Little Red Tap Shoes:

A new short story by Heather Pearson

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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 poem by Anna Viceconti

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Green E142:

This short story by April L Ford was inspired by Hazel Gore’s painting ‘Living Alone in Paradise’. It comes with a trigger warning for rape and sexual assault.

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Cocaine for the kids:

Katherine Hill’s timely book offers parents practical advice to help children negotiate the dangers of the digital world, writes Alex Borthwick

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The Tale of the Crail Crab, Tae a Fisherman He Speak Wi:

A new poem by Lauren Clarke

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Revise and perfect your story for publication this autumn

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