Monday 15 January 2024

New Issue 2024.68

“I have always loved playing around with words. I didn’t know it was called poetry. I was just an innocent kid messing around with words.”

—Benjamin Zephaniah, 1958–2023

Issue 2024.68

[ Issue 2024.68; Cover art © 2024 Cécile Matthey ] Short stories



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Djibril said...

Alex Brown in Reactor Magazine (formerly highlight's Emma Burnett's “Escape Choice” as one of several must read speculative short stories in January. They recognize the experiences of the neurodivergent protagonist, and his growth to better articulate his boundaries and resist the lack of understanding from others. This sharp review helped me read the story, even.

Anonymous said...

The Rose Sisterhood -wonderful take on that tale.

Ujjvala Bagal Rahn said...

The Rose Sisterhood - there are often feminist takes on the story. This one is quite original, even as it is kin to Tanith Lee's "when The Clock Strikes."

Ujjvala Bagal Rahn said...

"The Rose Sisterhood"- there are often feminist takes on this tale, but this version is original and suspenseful. It is kin to Tanith Lee's "When The Clock Strikes."