Ignited by the 1915 film of the same name, Cathy Bryant's poem addresses the ugly reality of how nations are formed. Illustrated by Peter Strain.
Following the closure of literary submissions last week, we have now chosen the poems and short stories that will be published in the 'Adventure' issue.
A recently retired lion tamer struggles to come to terms with his quiet new life in Stuart Snelson's short story. Illustrated by Vidhya Nagarajan.
Written to coincide with the launch of her debut novel, The Trouble with Goats and Sheep, read part five of Joanna Cannon's serialised seven part short story.
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AE Ballakisten's poem puts forward the idea that those considered mad may possess more wisdom than they are credited with. Illustrated by Analisa Aza.
A poem by NJ Hynes, written following a visit to America's Midwest where rights to the air were being sold thanks to a commercial interest in wind power. Illustrated by Tim McDonagh.
A child stumbles across a destructive secret that will change her life forever in Audra Kerr Brown's compelling short story. Illustrated by Mitt Roshin.
Inspired by her conservative grandmother who attempted to teach her to sew, Ellen Davies' poem celebrates the advantages of ignorance.
With just a handful of our limited edition A2 Giclée prints left, we're now making them available for less than half price. Pick up yours from £16.
With the arrival of 2016, there are just eighteen days left to submit your poems and short stories to our next issue on the theme of 'Adventure'.
With 2015 drawing to a close, we reflect on the last twelve months and say a huge thank you to our readers and subscribers for their tremendous support.
The quarterly arts journal is now open for entries to its short story prize for emerging writers, offering £2,500 and publication in The White Review.
Nancy Carol Moody's poem reflects on the unintended fierceness of her face, which betrays the softness that lives behind. Illustrated by Maria Rikteryte.
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