The Adventure Issue is here, featuring a sterling line up of illustrated fiction and poetry that travels from the moors of Yorkshire to the surface of the moon.

Arriving fresh off the press, accompanied by the heady aroma of uncoated paper drenched in ink, we're pleased as punch to unveil our latest issue — The Adventure Issue.

Comprising twenty short stories and poems, illustrated by talents such as Adams Carvalho, Stephan Schmitz, Marie Bergeron and Peter Locke, it's another issue that we're very proud to be putting out into the world. In true Popshot tradition, we've unearthed an ineffable raft of writers; a handful of whom are being published here for the first time. Spread across the pages of the new issue, expect to find an alluring collection of writings that take us to the moon, the end of the world, a deserted cluster of islands, a lake in Mexico, a turbulent hot air balloon ride and an infant's first encounter with language.

For a better idea of what lies within, browse through a few images below and have a flick through some spreads here. To get your hands on your own copy, you can buy a single issue for £6 + p&p or subscribe from £10 and get The Adventure Issue as your initial copy, followed by our next two issues over the coming year, plus free access to our digital edition which contains every issue we've ever published.

Pre-orders and subscribers' copies will be landing on doormats all over the world from tomorrow, with the new issue hitting British newsstands from the beginning of next week. Bookshops across Europe and the rest of the world should find Popshot on their shelves by mid-April. If you would like your copy sooner than that, simply order or subscribe direct from this very website. We're off for a sit down.