Latest Writing

Awareness

by Kim Farleigh || Piot was beside the red pot beside the white, timber pillar.

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Latest Reviews

Small Bodies of Water, by Nina Mingya Powles

Reviewed by Sophie Putze || “Where is the place your body is anchored? Which body of water is yours?” It is this central theme of identity and belonging that is broadly considered in Nina Mingya Powles’ latest collection of essays.

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Book Club

The Magic Toyshop by Angela Carter

One night Melanie walks through the garden in her mother’s wedding dress. The next morning her world is shattered. Forced to leave the home of her childhood, she is sent to live with relatives she has never met: gentle Aunt Margaret, mute since her wedding day; and her brothers, Francie and Finn. Brooding over all is Uncle Philip, who loves only the toys he makes in his workshop: clockwork roses and puppets that are life-size – and uncannily life-like.

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