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Pluto Edition: Pride – June 2019

  • new york, Aischa Daughtery
  • Sedimentality, Alice Hill-Woods
  • A Panic Attack as Found Poetry, Amy Louise Robertson
  • Outgrown, Eleanor Capaldi
  • Umami, AR Crow
  • Hooked on a Feeling, Astrid Lea-Mutch
  • Variations, Stuart Rawlinson
  • Uisce Beatha, John Tinneny
  • peach pit, Heather Hilditch
  • Nature Poem #2, Ellen MacAskill
  • things which enclose me, Allie Kerper
  • Featuring collages by Suki Hollywood

Issue 42 – March 2019

  • We Have Arrived, Camera Men, and Mosque Chairs, Billie Rose McHugh
  • Button Eyes and Icky Floors, Miriam Methuen-Jones
  • Medusa and Heirloom, Pip Osmond-Williams
  • Sister Philomena, Sue Burnside
  • Three Prayers in Reverse Order, Jamie Redgate
  • The Sounds of Other Folk, Sarah Spence
  • Milhouse Gets a Girlfriend, Stuart Rawlinson
  • Reliving a Visitation, Max Parnell
  • Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Weekend, Ruthie Kennedy
  • Cat Ambitions and Little Spoon, Allie Kerper
  • Strangers in a Croft House, Alli Parrett
  • Boy, Alison Raine
  • Baba Yaga, Mina Moriarty
  • Inheritance, Felicity Anderson-Nathan
  • Inside Voices, Rachel Schrauben Yeates
  • Anchor Mill!, William Burns
  • Flowers by Zelda Margot, Kevin Wilkinson
  • Tinsel Fever, Alice Hill-Woods
  • Sentinel, Steve Rigley

Issue 41 – September 2018

  • Noresund, Meg MacDonald
  • Marginalia, Aea Varfis-van Warmelo
  • Her Vanished Hand, Sarah Smith
  • Becoming and Night Train Window, Eloise Birtwhistle
  • Water, Alfie Prendergast
  • Freedom, Mandy Watson
  • Somebody Died Last Night and Inner Monologue, Alexandra Grunberg
  • Alfred Molina Is Playing Doctor Octopus, John Boursnell
  • The Mother and I Aren’t Talking and Other Tales, Rhona Millar
  • Water, Murray McKinstray
  • Epiphanies, Lydia Roy
  • The Love Bye-Lingual, Marita Arvaniti
  • mr. freeze pop, Hannah Summers
  • white on white, Nour El-Issa
  • Unidentified, Fiona Ashley
  • History Repeating and West of the Euphrates, Irene Hossack
  • The Little Girl and the Glow Worm and Moon Baby, Angie Spoto
  • Fifty Sketches for Lua, Maria Sledmere
  • Returning and Poem for Two, Steve Rigley
  • Featuring Artwork by Steve Rigley, Nour El-Issa, and Maria Sledmere

Issue 40 – April 2018

  • opening things, Ruthie Kennedy
  • Escape to the Mountain, Colette O’Connor
  • Spiral Heart, Katarina O’Dette
  • An Atomic I, Loll Junggeburth
  • The Aviary at Tony Hawk’s Four, Bradford Watson
  • Aw Grown Up, Ely Percy
  • Green Shoes, Meg MacDonald
  • As Easy As Sky and Now That I Have You, Angie Spoto
  • Try, Swara Shukla
  • Chat, Paul Deaton
  • The Business of Being Young in Spain, Eva Ferry
  • Ossuary, Aea Varfis-van Warmelo
  • Review, Edwin Stevens
  • Quarter Life Stasis, Heather O’Donnell
  • Happy Endings, Peter McCune
  • Featuring Artwork by Steve Rigley, Myrto Papadaki, Liam Dowd, Imogen Whiteley, and Oliver Rendle

Issue 39 – October 2017

  • the history of eyelids and memoir in half sentences, Rachel Grande
  • Chicken Bones, Julie Rea
  • Lecture Series 3, Anne Hamilton
  • GALAXIES, Donald S. Murray
  • Irish Stones, Peter McCune
  • Lindaville and Calanais, Maria Sledmere
  • EST (+5) and Sacandaga, Anthony Daly
  • Here and There, Stephen Barrett
  • Alauna, Michele Waering
  • The Music in the Piano Stool, Ewan Gault
  • Funerals, John Bolland
  • Featuring Artwork by Imogen Whiteley, Lesley Mount, Liam Dowd, and Maria Sledmere

Issue 38 – February 2017

  • The Fall of the Leaf, Kerrie McKinnel
  • Beauregard, Victoria Shropshire
  • Bloody Scraps, Sean McLeod
  • Shark and October Lament, Mairi Murphy
  • Gorse Wine, Metempsychosis and this causes teeth to rot, Maria Sledmere
  • History Lesson and The Chicken, Sarah Spence
  • Abackstays, Liquorice Woman and The Nephrite Lady, Angie Spoto
  • Jenny, Peter McCune
  • La Misa de San Gregorio and La Virgen, el Nino y dos Angeles, Chris Athorne
  • Growing Cornflowers in Glass Gardens, Laura Becherer
  • Tell, Kirsty Dunlop
  • Finnish for Beginners, Martin Cathcart Froden
  • Twelve Hours Max, Vivien Jones
  • Cathy, get yer dancing’ shoes oan, Emma Guinnes
  • Shetland Pattern, Gillean McDougall
  • The Next Person, David Linklater
  • Featuring Artwork by Imogen Whiteley, Petros Aronis, Maria Sledmere, and Kamilla Hu-Yang

Issue 37 – July 2016

  • Window, Peter McCune
  • How to Be Cold, Carly Brown
  • Hiroshima, Glen Chilton
  • Buster, Thomas Clark
  • The Visit, Ruskin Gammon
  • Sunset Beyond Arran, Gordon Gibson
  • Flax and The Dog Walker, Cameo Marlatt
  • Petals, Kerrie McKinnel
  • Memo, Mairi Murphy
  • Intertidal Zone and Perfect Couple, Molly M Murray
  • Mr Steed and His Grandson, Quinn Ramsay
  • Show Offs and Crackerjack, Ryan Vance
  • Featuring Artwork by Phillipa Cheron

Issue 35 – January 2015

  • Jaguar, J.L. Davies
  • Falling in Love Like Learning a New Language, A. Westmoreland
  • The Passing, Lindsey Shields
  • Woltz & Grehm, Billie Lamont
  • Hawking Radiation and Author Interview, Carolyn Jess-Cooke
  • Cranes at The Southern General, Jo Young
  • The Tree That Didn’t Leave, Emily Ilett
  • Glasgow Vignette, Aileen McKay
  • Falsehood and The Family Unit, Alan Wanders
  • Anna, Laura Guthrie
  • Rolling News, Iain Maloney

Issue 33 – March 2014

  • Last Touch, Katy Hastie
  • Brief History, Innes McNiccol
  • Seven Years On, Siobhan Staples
  • ‘I’ from Imagist Suite, Ross McLachlan
  • From Mike Tae His Hen, Corinna Cola
  • Honk and The Shape of Sound but not the sound itself, Ian Matheson
  • Ruth’s Tea Shop, Graeme Rae
  • Alice, Rosie McCaffrey
  • When Zombies Attack, Amy Sibley
  • Inner Circle, John Duncan

Issue 32 – November 2013

  • Seven Pale Sisters, Vivien Jones
  • A Trophy, Graeme Rae
  • Hard Graft, Carol McKay
  • Reflection, Carol McKay
  • The Guizer and the Pict, Mark Greig
  • Hadrian and the Sleeping Dragon, Peter Greaves
  • Silver Nests, Gillian Catriona Bowman
  • The Dark Bird Migrates, Gillian Catriona Bowman
  • The Japanese Orange, Martin Cathcart Froden
  • Innistìde, Kevin Scott
  • The Graveyard, Katy Ewing
  • Next Goal Wins, Alan Gillespie

Issue 31 – July 2013

  • Keeper of Secrets (a novel extract), Pauline Lynch
  • From Here to Maternity, Ciara MacLaverty
  • Curtains, Ciara MacLaverty
  • Thermal Shock, Caroline Robertson
  • How We Drown, Sophie Sexon
  • Cold Case, Colette O’Connor
  • On the Campaign Trail, Simon Ward
  • Duck (Verloren Vertaling), Mark Fraser
  • Orpheus and Eurydice Head For Govan, Sheila Millar
  • The Only Burns Supper I Ever Attended, Ciara MacLaverty
  • Islay, Laura Bissell
  • Madrid, Laura Bissell
  • Veilsdorf, Laura Bissell
  • May Morning, Gillian Prew
  • Spring Aubade, Gillian Prew
  • Untitled in Mourning, Gillian Prew
  • Red Road Flats of Handa, Rachel Tennant
  • Storm of ‘76, Rachel Tennant
  • Glance of Spring, Rachel Tennant

Issue 30 – March 2013

  • The Way You Tell It (extract), Karen Campbell
  • Keeping Scotland British, and Britain English, James Kelman
  • Vote Britain, Alan Bissett
  • Independence Day, Ghana, 2013, R.A. Davis
  • A Man of the World, James Carson
  • Free Thinking, Stuart Nisbet
  • Under the Flag, Anna Gebbie
  • Big News, Anna Gebbie
  • The Snow Cat, Stephanie Brown
  • The Broken West, Kirsty Logan
  • Hammond, Björn Halldórsson
  • Edgelands, Steven Carson
  • Gaps: A Conversation, Ero Filippaki
  • Independence Dates, Elizabeth Reeder
  • Waxworks, George Craig

Issue 29 – December 2012

  • A Letter from Mr Daniel Stuart of The Morning Post to Mr Robert Burns, JoAnne McKay
  • Have We Broken Down?, James Carson
  • Shoes, Angeleen Renker
  • Oyster Perpetual, Richie McCaffery
  • Gauche, Richie McCaffery
  • We’re All Gonna Have The Blues, Rodge Glass
  • Pinewood, Graeme Finnie
  • Red Phone Box, Richie McCaffery
  • Hush, Hush Saga, JoAnne McKay
  • The Tower, Paul McCafferty
  • The Road’s Going To Burn, Ewan Gault
  • Shopping Days to Christmas, JoAnne McKay

Issue 28 – Oct 2012

  • A Little Warmth, Elaine Reid
  • From the 99th Floor, Bradford Watson
  • Pluto’s Lament , Vivien Jones
  • Pluto’s Hope, Vivien Jones
  • The Land Agent (extract), J. David Simons
  • A Dream, To My Mother, Maria Sledmere
  • Visitation, Helen Addy
  • Bird’s Eye View, Helen Addy
  • Saturday’s Child, P.J Caffrey
  • The Diary of Jimmy Neverleaves (extract), Grae Cleugh
  • The Gifts of Silence, P.J Caffrey
  • The Seventeenth Year, Pauline Lynch
  • The Drunk, Björn Halldórsson
  • An Insult To The Brain (extract), Maggie Graham
  • White Bird’s Homage To Its Own, Marion McCready
  • Brambles, Marion McCready
  • Ripped and Holy, Ewan Gault
  • A Murder of Crows, Ceris Aston
  • You Are Standing, Eric Percak

Issue 27 – June 2012

  • Nettles, Fiona Wilson
  • Here and Now, Fiona Wilson
  • Extract from ‘The Few’, Cathy McSporran
  • Call and Answer, Fiona Wilson
  • The Watcher, Sheila Millar
  • Kelvindale, John Horn
  • Plasticine Monsters, Alan Gillespie
  • Two Kisses, Louis Pilard
  • This Is It, James Carson
  • A Study of the Lover through the Seasons, Andreea Roş

Issue 26 – April 2012

  • Apotheosis, JL Williams
  • Tattooed, Sandra Webster
  • Effigy, George Craig
  • Growing Love, Gillean McDougall
  • Skittle Alley, Greenwich, Vivien Jones
  • Twelve Hours Max, Vivien Jones
  • Benefaction, Sarah Lowndes
  • Poseidon and Caenis/Caeneus, Hayley Rushing
  • Baptism, John O’Donnell
  • Dementia, John Horn
  • Outside the Box, James Carson
  • Quick View with Karen Campbell

Issue 25 – February 2012

  • Medium, JoAnne McKay
  • Some Urban Hazards, David Greaves
  • Arab Spring, Aya Musbahi
  • The First Time, Laura Brown
  • The Lecturer, Colin Boyd
  • Extract from the novel One Man Down, Gill Davies
  • You Won’t Know the One with the Gun, JoAnne McKay
  • Point Me at the Sky, Kevin Scott
  • What Magic Is, Colin Boyd
  • Nativity, Jo Lennie
  • Quick View with Jen Hadfield

Issue 24 – December 2012

  • On the Western Ideal of Beauty, JoAnne McKay
  • Postcards, Richie McCaffery
  • Crocodile Tears, Daniel David
  • I Found, Kasia Boreysza
  • Brollies, Anna Gebbie
  • A Bridge: Too Far, James Carson
  • Fragmentations, Sean Hoath
  • Copper Sulphate, Richie McCaffery
  • Yu the Great, Gillian Bowman
  • Bare, Louis Pilard
  • Flower Press, Richie McCaffery
  • Cold Fire, A K Bruty
  • Breathe, Jane Hartshorn
  • Full Scottish, Ellie Stewart
  • Quick View with Alan Bissett

Issue 23 – Autumn 2011

  • Wrath of a Gull, Alan Gillespie
  • If I Was Dr Who I Would, JoAnne McKay
  • Somersault, Kerri Mclawlin
  • The Forest, Jane Hartshorn
  • The Moth, Jane Hartshorn
  • Tina Takes a Tumble, Greg Benson
  • Thirdness, Nick Boreham
  • The Bitter Dead, JoAnne McKay
  • How We Will Be Someday, JL Williams
  • Bea and Baudelio, Gary McGhee
  • Waking Persephone, Gerry Stewart
  • Loyal Flying Pigeons, Sherezade García Rangel
  • The Night the Fox Came, H.J Rodgers
  • Raguel, JL Williams
  • What Is It Called? JL Williams
  • Quick View: JL Williams

Issue 22 – Summer 2011

  • Still Life– Catherine Baird
  • Counterpoint–Patrick Holloway
  • Petrichor– R. A. Davis
  • The Waiting Room– Bethany Anderson
  • Extract from a Novel– Izabela Ilowska
  • The Shape of Things– Siobhan Staples
  • Three Poems– Mizzy Hussain
  • Timeo Danaos–Caroline Moir
  • Two Poems– Michelle Waering
  • Abandoned– Andrea Stout
  • Beyond– G. W. Colkitto
  • Screw the Nut– Alan Bissett
  • An Argument about Discovery– Katherine Sowerby
  • Dickit– Katy McAulay
  • Two Poems– Mairi McCloud
  • Heelan’ Coo–Mark Fraser
  • Depilation– Kirsty Neary
  • One Consonant, Five Vowels, Zero Gravity– Anneliese Mackintosh
  • Three Poems– Katy Ewing
  • Falling Malady in Love– Matthew Baxter
  • This is What You Must Do–Kirsty Logan
  • Whiteout– Gill Davies
  • Three Poems– Angela Blacklock-Brown
  • Invitation to the Dance– Elly Farrelly
  • A Good Wall– George Craig
  • Men of the New Age– Thomas Walpole
  • Grit– Carol McKay
  • It’s the Little Things– Evangelia Daskalaki
  • Three Poems– Vivien Jones

Issue 21 – March 2011

  • Response to a Silent Reading — Lewis Irvine
  • Ronnie — Jenny Kannellopoulou
  • Before Tomorrow — Ian Hunter
  • Two Poems — Lucy Cheseldine
  • A Lime and a Sofa — Nasim Marie Jafry
  • The Seeds of Love — Cila Warncke
  • End — Jim Ferguson
  • Glesga Suicide — Craig Steele
  • Constitution Street — Katy Ewing
  • Two Poems — Mark Fraser
  • Celebration — George Craig
  • Benches (II) — Marise Morse
  • A Job for Life — Iain Maloney
  • Four Poems — Angela Blacklock-Brown
  • Two Poems — Patrick Holloway
  • A Woman’s War — JoAnne McKay
  • Two Poems — Megan Primrose

Issue 20 – February 2011

  • Two Poems — Sophia Platts‐Palmer
  • Three Poems — Patrick Holloway
  • …and however — Josi‐Mari Zendoia
  • The Book — Katy Ewing
  • Three Poems — Evangelia Daskalaki
  • Three Poems — Marise Morse
  • Two Poems — Mark Fraser
  • Phone Contract — George Anderson
  • Three Poems — Jenny Kanellopoulou
  • Indentations — George Anderson
  • Inselberg Father — Paul Deaton
  • Salto Mortale — Tracy Patrick
  • Two Poems — JoAnne Ruby McKay
  • Two Poems — Michelle Waering
  • Three Poems — Tracy Patrick
  • This isnʹt long enough to be a love story — Patrick Holloway

Issue 19 – January 2011

  • Homegame — Iain Maloney
  • Two Trees in Early October, Glasgow — Mairi McCloud
  • Pétursdóttir — Amy Rafferty
  • Harlequin Dreams — Bethany Anderson
  • Ask Louise Welsh
  • Clydebuilt — Elly Farrelly
  • The Lift — Donald Ferguson
  • View from the Interior — Vivien Jones
  • Parched — Nasim Marie Jafry
  • Two Poems — Paul Joseph Abbott
  • Sunset on Skye — Ellen Glasgow
  • Adulteress — Katy McAulay
  • Erratics — Mandy Haggith

Issue 18 – December 2010

  • The End of the Day — Kathrine Sowerby
  • Kitty McGreal’s, Kiltimagh — Vivien Jones
  • Where Do Voices Come From — Philip Murnin
  • I Think Scottish Crows Speak Gaelic — Mairi McCloud
  • Three Shorts — E. K. Reeder
  • Ode tae the Wee Manny at the Bus Stop — Amy Rafferty
  • The Chair — Lynsey Calderwood
  • She Says She’s Fine — Ellen Glasgow
  • Mrs Jinniver’s Compunction — Michelle Waering
  • Two Ways of Eating a Seagull — Paul Joseph Abbott
  • The Intercessor — JoAnne Ruby McKay

Issue 17 – November 2010

  • Wasp in a Wine Glass — Alan Bissett
  • Opening of a chapter entitled ‘Pamela’ from a new novel — Raymond Soltysek
  • Cold Meat — Anneliese Mackintosh
  • Extract from the novel Bring Me the Head of Ryan Giggs — Rodge Glass
  • Three Poems — Duncan Muir
  • Three Poems — Julie Martis
  • Three Poems — Mukul Dahal
  • Ballotement — Paul Joseph Abbott
  • Vince Vaughn — Miles Beard
  • The Joys of Poetry — Patrick Holloway
  • Glasgow — Amy Anderson

 

Issue 16 – July 2009

  • A Not-so-near Death Experience — Chi Ngai Chan
  • The Jangly Sounds of Summer — Joe Freeman
  • In the Shadows Still — Chris McDonald
  • Sifrin — Richard Elins
  • The Last Performance of Troilus Poe — Gary McGhee

Issue 15 – June 2009

  • Scare — Ewan Alasdair Houston
  • My Old Dancing Girl (Black ‘n’ Blue) — Andy Grozier
  • UK Gold — Stephen McEwan
  • Sunrise Beach — Andrew McGovern
  • Generic Love Story — Kevin B. MacNeil
  • A Clinical Waste — John Jennett
  • In a church in Verona — Allan McDougall
  • Taking Control — Sarah Rodgers
  • Old Friends — Gary McCluskey
  • Fairground — David Gordon

Issue 14 – May 2009

  • When Bob Died — Vicki Husband
  • Engineering Works — Mark Russell
  • The Edge — Gordon Jenkins
  • Respite — John Jennett
  • Morning has Broken — Andrew Fullwood
  • Ten Minutes — Jill Creighton
  • The Crossing — Sarah Ward
  • A word to the beginner — Kathrine Sowerby
  • Ashes — Nikki Cameron
  • Dead Drunk — Harry Mcdonald

Issue 13 – April 2009

  • Unicycle Theater — Mark McPhee
  • Training Sights — Duncan Muir
  • Window Woman — Victoria Murphy
  • The Cut of the Cloth — John Jennett
  • Under a Fallen Door — Lisa Jones
  • Just Smile (a dramatic monologue) — Luke Mason
  • (listen) — Erik Fuhrer
  • Kat’s Eyes — Alex Connon
  • Auschwitz-Birkenau, May 2008 — Norrie Dunsmore
  • Train to East Kilbride on a Thursday morning in January — Christopher M.J. Boyd

Issue 12 – March 2009

  • Breadcrumbs — Matt Leavey
  • Moonlight — Nikki Cameron
  • The Sky Lanterns — Richie Murby
  • The Lady With the Saints — Fiona Wright
  • Anatomy — Richard Scott Pye
  • Storm Fishing for Souls — John Jennett
  • Blue Eye of Siberia — Helen McClory
  • Ferry — Sam Tongue
  • Finley Alone — Gary McGhee
  • The Hot and Happy Chips — Arthur Ker

Issue 11 – May 2008

  • Bessie Anne’s Post-Apocalyptic Teashop — Kirsty Logan
  • Persephone Reflects, Image and Oracle — J.L. Williams
  • Snap Shots & All the Balloons — Helen Sedgwick
  • Calle Agla — Micaela Maftei
  • Glaciation, To The Stained Glass Sky and The Old Days — James Fountain
  • Little Sparrow in the Snow — Maria di Mario
  • Go Forth and Prosper — Amy Burns
  • Trailers — Alex Singerman
  • Extract from a novel, Save Our Souls — Sue Reid Sexton
  • Big Hustler — Kelly Sinclair

Issue 10 – April 2008

  • Lodger — by Will Napier
  • Grace and bud — Nick Brooks
  • And Then — Michael Schmidt
  • The Manner They Have — Jim Ferguson
  • Cantsmell — Lynsey Calderwood
  • A Chocolate Cowboy — John Bolland
  • Cinnabar Moth, Cop, Identity and Night Sky — Angela Blacklock-Brown
  • Extract from Hope for Newborns — Rodge Glass
  • Geertje Dircks’ Riposte From the Gouda Spinhuis — Stephanie Green
  • Flourish and Kelvingrove — Karen Campbell
  • Sometimes in the night — Zoë Strachan

Issue 9 – March 2008

  • Shift Work — Micaela Maftei
  • Two poems — Sue Reid Sexton
  • Girls in the Hood — Margaret Callaghan
  • Wednesday — Maria Di Mario
  • Two poems — Joyce Alexander Henderson
  • Extract from an Unfinished Novel — Kirsty Logan
  • A Conversation Between Friends — Euan McClymont

Issue 8 – February 2008

  • 4.30 opening — Liam Murray Bell
  • Three poems — Kate Tough
  • For Kirsty in New York — Sue Reid Sexton
  • The tube — Pippa Goldschmidt

Issue 7 – January 2008

  • The Drive — Helen Sedgwick
  • Marigolds and Temptation — Patricia Ace
  • That time of year again — Colin Begg
  • Paris Central — James Fountain
  • Hermit — Barry Gornell
  • again — Gabriella Jönsson
  • Way Up in The Alps — Micaela Maftei

Issue 6 – December 2007

  • In Tongues — Gabriella Jönsson
  • Country Noise — Amy Burns
  • Obruni, How are You? I’m Fine, Thank You! — Jessica Parkinson
  • Bait — Elinor Brown
  • Work to Do — Patricia Ace
  • Keep it in the Family — Kate Tough
  • Midterm Break — Ulrich Hansen
  • Wilton Street — Martin Shannon
  • Departure — Micaela Maftei
  • Fidelity — Kirsty Logan
  • Ice Cream — Sue Reid Sexton
  • Monday — Jennifer Williams
  • Hidden Shallows — Margaret Callaghan

Issue 5 – Summer 2007

  • The Haunting — E.J. Patience
  • Suicide — Mary Paulson-Ellis
  • Dolls — Steven Petchey
  • Three Poems — Matt Leavey
  • January 22, 2006 — Laura Muetzelfeldt
  • water taxi — fiona rintoul
  • Sonnet — Marjorie A.M. Ferry
  • Sisters — Steven Petchey

Issue 4 – March 2007

  • Some Really Good Sins — Sean McLaughlan
  • 200 miles homeward from the specialist — Kate Tough
  • Three Poems — Joe McInnes
  • Port Glasgow Gala Bingo — Sean McLaughlan
  • Turbines — Sue Wilson

Issue 3 – April 2007

  • a haiku — Kate Tough
  • Celosia — Patricia Ace
  • Bray Burial — Fiona Rintoul
  • Coming to Terms — Kate Tough
  • A Short Bath in Shallow Water — Kate Tough
  • Deer Tick — Joyce Henderson
  • Rites of Spring — Sue Wilson
  • Dick — Patricia Ace
  • The Lord, the Lady and the Bronze Penis — Daniel Spencer
  • Dolly — Patricia Ace

Issue 2 – March 2007

  • Amaryllis — Patricia Ace
  • Sonnet for a Drunkard — Jane Patience
  • In the Garden of the Architect — Tom Rae
  • Clearing Him Out — Fiona Rintoul
  • Better Late than Never — Marjorie A.M. Ferry
  • Tennis Love — David Keeney
  • Mail Order — Shaun Manning
  • A Highland Folktale — Jane Patience
  • Give the Cleric a Big Hand — Steve Petchey

Issue 1 – February 2007

  • City State — Colin Begg
  • Up the Dancin’ — Marjorie A.M. Ferry
  • Seasonally Adjusted Dad — Sean McLaughlan
  • the shape of your ease — Fiona Montgomery
  • My Friendship with Moths Considered — Steven Petchey
  • Research — Fiona Rintoul
  • The Sacrifice — Joyce Henderson
  • Moving Light — Jessica Parkinson
  • The Mettlenesh Troupe — Steven Petchey
  • Jamie the Thirteenth — Tom Rae

 

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