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Issue 41 March 2020

‘Jitty’. Short Fiction by David Gladwin

What inhabits the narrow cobbled lanes of your town. David Gladwin's atmospheric piece may hold the answers.

The Clock Goes Back, Short fiction by Conor Jarrett

Conor Jarrett is a teacher, translator and writer from Naas, Co Kildare.

‘My mother has a friend whose sister was a bunnygirl’ Fiction by Kathy Prokhovnik

My My mother. My father (deceased). My husband, son, daughter, grandson, granddaughters, daughter-in-law, son-in-law, stepson, step daughter-in-law, step- grandchildren....

Denise O’Hagan, Editorial Issue 41

Denise O'Hagan on the depth of poetry and on her selections for issue 41

Clara Burghelea Editorial Issue 41

Poetry Selected by Clara Burghelea and Tracy Gaughan Editorial  In a world...

‘Tackling Middle-Aged Men’. Michael Chacksfield

Michael Chacksfield is a proud member of the PG Wodehouse Society,

That old life. Short fiction by Rosalind Goldsmith

Poet, teacher, translator and playwright, Rosalind Goldsmith.

Irina-Roxana Georgescu, translated by Corina Moise Poenaru

Corina Moise Poenaru translates poetry by Irina-Roxana Georgescu

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Karin Molde’s poems have a visual narrative streak, guiding the reader’s gaze to the little, yet potent, details that make their stories.

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