Roisín O’Donnell's flash fiction piece explores the mystery, beauty and potential of an unborn child in the mother's imagination.
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Inspired by the weather and dreams, Ash Huntley's poem imagines the two intertwined, each telling the other’s story. Illustration by Phill Darlington.
Isobel Dixon's short yet powerful poem, taken from her latest collection entitled Bearings, laments the loss of her father.
Having discovered how to bottle time, an elderly man begins to reject the value of his own creation in Laura Gabrielle Feasey's short story.
We are now open for short fiction and poetry submissions for our forthcoming issue of Popshot on the theme of 'Hope'.
A nostalgic poem by Melanie Whipman, looking back to the halcyon days of an endless childhood summer. Illustration by Lizzie Downes.
On June 2nd, the theme for our sixteenth issue will be announced and the doors will fling open for short fiction and poetry submissions.
Set in a dense woodland, Alex Eastlake's short story follows a lost young man as he tries to find his way back to safety. Illustration by Pedro Semeano.
Sheila Jacob's short poem addresses the difficult birth of her first child and the complex relationship that followed. Illustration by Leib Chigrin.
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Jeremy Colangelo's short story tells the curious tale of a man who falls into a deep pit and spends the rest of his life in freefall. Illustration by Shaun Lynch.
Home to some of the most prestigious poets in its long publishing history, The London Magazine is now open for submissions to its annual poetry prize.
A short poem by Karen Harvey, inspired by early memories of oppression and a longing for freedom and adventure. Illustration by Matteo Gallo.