Established to unearth and encourage emerging literary talent, The London Magazine is now open for entries for its annual short story competition.
Designer & illustrator Jez Burrows has created a selection of short stories composed using only example sentences from the dictionary.
After our current issue abruptly sold out last month, we’ve now re-released it in a limited edition supplement-style format of just 200 copies.
Corin Dilip Faife's macabre short story delves into the world of a secretive sculptor whose masterpieces turn out to be more unique than ever imagined.
With our thirteenth issue now sold out, we've added every glorious illustration from its pages onto our visually-laden Pinterest page.
Hayward Publishing's newly released book, The New Concrete, celebrates and surveys the rise of concrete poetry in the digital age.
Adena Graham's stirring flash fiction piece takes us into a world that our isolated protagonist is desperately trying to escape. Illustrated by Sam Pash.
Nancy Charley draws parallels between knitting and the creation of a human life in her delicate poem. Illustrated by Rupert Smissen.
The world’s richest short story prize, awarding £30,000 to the author of the winning piece of fiction, is now accepting entries for its 2016 award.
Alan Ward's short story tells of how some curious 'pets' turn a family's summer into an ordeal of warlike proportions. Illustrated by Phil Couzens.
Our two most recent issues — on the theme of 'Time' and 'Outsider' — have just sold out, leaving only two remaining issues of Popshot in print.
Literary submissions for our 'Curious' issue have now closed, and the final poems and short stories have been carefully chosen.
A poem from Aki Schilz, articulating the wistful desire to unspool time and extract a tender passage from life's story. First published in our 'Time' issue.
The Poetry Society’s annual poetry competition is now open for entries with the winner taking home £5,000 and earning publication in Poetry Review.
Ethan Chapman's short story explores a family's attempt to come to terms with abduction and the construction of a life in its wake. Illustrated by Joe Wilson.