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A excerpt from All the Birds, Singing by Evie Wyld - one of Granta's 20 Best Young British Novelists.


Golnoosh Nourpanah writes about living in Tehran and being addicted to a Polish music channel on their illegal cable TV connection.


New short fiction - a dark satire by Maria McCarthy.


A new story by Dave McGowan - "In late 1983 I was working nights in a Texaco petrol station on Denmark Hill..."


An excerpt from a short story featured in Breathe: 2 - Leila Segal's latest collection of stories from Cuba.


"I have an appointment to see a shrink..." A new short story by Andrea Mason.


How the Prime Minister's tea lady saved the Olympics - a tall tale from Susan Greenhill.


A new piece by Dave McGowan, "Chrissie Clarke lived a few doors up from me with his mum, sister, five brothers and several dogs. They were all totters and thieves, even the dogs."


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