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2020: poetry by Stephen Knight, fiction by Todd McEwen, fiction by Gert Hofmann, non-fiction by Will Eaves.
December 2020: Spring Journal
by Jonathan Gibbs

2021: Forthcoming titles (pdf): download.

2021 titles now available:

Roy Watkins, Simple Annals
Dan O’Brien, A Story that Happens: On playwriting, childhood, & other traumas
Nuzhat Bukhari, Brilliant Corners

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and other work which, as the Guardian noted, ‘might
otherwise fall through the cracks between the big publishers’.
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2021 February: Roy Watkins, Simple Annals
April: Dan O'Brien, A Story that Happens
May: Nuzhat Bukhari, Brilliant Corners
June: Leila Berg, Flickerbook 
July: Charles Boyle, The Other Jack
September: Carmel Doohan, Seesaw
November: Caroline Clark, Sovetica

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