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Autumn 21

Download PDF Browse articles The Everything List Cyril Husbands shares with us everything he’s read, watched and heard in the last month Reading Diary ... Read more

Summer 21

Download PDF Browse articles The Everything List Charlotte Geater shares with us every- thing she’s read, watched and heard—lately New poetry from Anth... Read more

Spring 21

Download PDF Browse articles A Letter from the Editors Emerging The Everything List So Mayer catalogues ... Read more

Number 58

Download PDF   On Time Stefano Domingues de Castro Pachi on Ali Smith’s changing seasons The Lost Words Phenomenon What happened when a book by Ro... Read more

Number 57

Download PDF   A letter from the editor Sophie Mackintosh on journeys On losing a cat softly a bell rings Sophie Robinson Flash Fiction Old M... Read more

Number 56

Download PDF   Questions we've been asking House on Fire, Everything’s Paused Lys Morton Q&A Sarah Elaine Smith Poem Sam Riviere Q&A Dr... Read more

Number 55

On love. Jay Griffiths addresses the court. Stanley Donwood ushers us towards a Bad Island. Stefania Rousselle searches France for evidence of affection. Plus fiction from Kathy Page and Nikita Lalwani.

Number 54

The class of 2020. Ingrid Persaud opens her reading diary. Sarah Elaine Smith lists titles. Avni Doshi explains Burnt Sugar. Fiction from Elaine Feeney. Plus Amina Cain, Patrick Freyne, An Yu, Nazanine Hozar, Niamh Campbell, Deepa Anaparra and a couple poems by Will Harris.

Number 53

Wise writing advice from Lydia Davis. Nathalie Olah on Edna O'Brien. Stanley Donwood and Robert Macfarlane's wild novella. Philippe Besson on Marguerite Duras. Plus Benjamin Markovits on the slow beauty of cricket.

Number 52

A warning from Extinction Rebellion. Helon Habila on the migrations of our time. Poetry from Andrew McMillan and Rachael Allen. Artwork from Jackie Morris. Plus Julian Hoffman, Stig Dagerman, and short fiction about a sentient block of wood.

Number 51

New short fiction from Eley Williams, Joe Stretch and Chris Killen, plus an interview with Emilie Pine, an essay by Joanna Kavenna and a new assessment of Wide Sargasso Sea by Sara Collins. Plus new poetry from Jana Prikryl and Keisha Thompson.

Number 50

Finally, our own awards show. It’s 1/17th as long as the Oscars. And more entertaining. Plus an interview with Bernardine Evaristo and an introduction to Heinrich Böll.