Issue Six

HOW TO MAKE SAND

By Natalie D-Napoleon    ...

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Fifty-five days

By Denise O’Hagan   We shrugged at bomb scares at school Locked our doors, watched our bags and our steps And skirted any lone bag...

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Memory Box

by Fiona Perry   A collection of mementoes to stimulate long term memory and a sense of identity in dementia patients.   Inside:...

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Some slight redemption

by Jenny Blackford Coventry Cathedral had been bombed, I knew, during the last great conflagration of the world, had lost some of its roof...

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Black Saturday: 7th of February, 2009

By Wendy J. Dunn...

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Brian Jerrold Koester

Brian Jerrold Koester is a Pushcart Prize nominee and a Best of the Net Anthology nominee. His chapbook, Bossa Nova,is published by River...

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Samantha Pena Roshier

Samantha is an Australian-born writer from a Latino family. She typically writes fantasy, however, she occasionally tackles other areas of...

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Trial

By Cheryl Pearson  ...

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Book Review of Stephanie Parkyn’s Into the World.

Reviewed by Angela Wauchop “The murky water stretched out between her and the shore, the gap becoming further than she could leap. The...

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A Review of A Review of Kristina Olsson’s Shell’s Shell

Reviewed by Angela Wauchop. “But tonight the air was precarious. All sandstone shadow, smudgy. She thought that time was like this too, a...

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Book Review of Helen Juke’s A Honeybee Heart Has Five Openings

Reviewed by Angela Wauchop “It felt like slipping through a hidden side-door, stepping slightly outside the flow of things and into a...

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On Consummation

By Elisabeth Hanscombe   The Citizen’s Welfare Service was nestled among a row of terraces on Drummond Street in Carlton. My fourth year...

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Bridge Shadows

By Denise Ogilvie   Every time the train pulls away from Spotswood station, passing graffiti covered walls, gentrified houses and...

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Estranged

by Nik Shone   I should have brought a coat. The moment I leave the house my umbrella flies away. Reminds me of Mary Poppins just...

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Kevin Higgins

Kevin Higgins’s poems have been quoted in The Daily Telegraph, The Times (UK),The Independent, The Daily Mirror, and read aloud by the...

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