Issue Three Table of Contents

Can you believe we’ve made it to Issue Three? Me either. Buy now!

coverIssue Three is our best yet, featuring a range of fresh Australian voices, a bunch of international writers including two from the Philippines and an extra-special “long short” story by Suzanne Moore, called The Station.

  • Editorial, by Daniel Young
  • Inferior Bedrooms, Part Three of a regular column, by Meg Henry
  • Jim Morrison—Père Lachaise, by Catherine Cole
  • My Brain Is Alive, by A. J. Huffman
  • The Gnat and the Fly, by A. J. Huffman
  • The Utilitarian, by Tara Cartland
  • A Tale With a Twist, by Ron Barton
  • Seals, San Francisco, by Cheryl Pearson
  • Exposed, by Ira McGuire
  • Searching for Mary, by Tiggy Johnson
  • The Station, by Suzanne Moore
  • A Glance, A Sigh, by Nathanael O’Reilly
  • Lost, by Nathanael O’Reilly
  • Enjoy the Silence, by Matt Smith
  • Thread, by Billy T. Antonio
  • The Teacher from Calvary, by Gexter Ocampo Lacambra
  • Living Room Scene, by Gerard Elson
  • Tangents, by David Adès
  • Cinders to Cinders, by Fanni Sütő
  • Valley, by Pam Riley
  • A Day of Simplicity, by Kristen Rohde
  • 555, by Jodi Cleghorn
  • Blink, by Joanna Wolthuizen
  • Balloon: festschrift, by Alinta Krauth
  • My Papous and his G43, by Konstantina Sozou-Kyrkou
  • A Bird’s Guide to Flight—Abstract, by Chloë Callistemon
  • Has Elton John Ever Performed at Macquarie Shopping Centre? Or, a Tiny Dancer Beneath the Ice Rink, by Dave Drayton
  • The Only Boss I Listen to Is Bruce Springsteen, by Jessica McLean

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