A family discovers just how attached they've become to their robotic helper in Alexander Weinstein's unsettling speculative fiction piece.
Due for release in a week's time, flick through a few spreads from our forthcoming sixteenth edition to get a taste of what lies within.
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A beautiful poem by Inua Ellams, honouring his father's defiance and ability to laugh in the face of death. Illustration by Richard Wilkinson.
The world’s richest short story prize, awarding £30,000 to the author of the winning piece of fiction, is open for entries until September 29th.
Due for release on October 1st, glimpse the cover of our forthcoming Hope issue, illustrated by Ivan Canu and now available to pre-order.
Gregory Heath's poem looks at the powerlessness that can accompany true love, whether you choose it or not. Illustration by Tobias Hall.
A lifelong friend is discovered to have a plethora of horrific secrets in Adena Graham's macabre short story. Illustration by Thomas Danthony.
Tim Hawkins' poem captures the feeling of growing up too fast during the transition from childhood to adulthood. Illustration by Chengsi Lu.
A poem by Jacqueline Saphra, noting how modern entertainment is often found within failure rather than success. Illustration by André Gottschalk.
A sinister short story by Georgia Oman, addressing the hidden peculiarities that simmer under the surface of everyday life. Illustration by Sean McSorley.
Inspired by her experience of working with the Welsh National Opera, Joanna Jones' poem considers the rich history that lives within a national song.
Jacqueline Saphra's poem laments a youthful inability to take risks for fear of the consequences. Illustration by Stephan Schmitz.
The digital edition of Popshot has been given an overhaul, making all 15 issues of the magazine now easily readable from any device.
Benjamin Zadik's delicate flash fiction piece muses on a time when people used to be connected by strings. Illustration by Darren Hopes.