Includes new stories by award-winning authors, Emma Martin, Pip Adam, and Gemma Bowker-Wright; a novella excerpt by Breton Dukes; and new poems by Sarah Jane Barnett, Ashleigh Young, Aleksandra Lane, and Helen Heath, who all published critically acclaimed books in 2012. Featured artists include 2012 Walters Prize winner, Kate Newby; new page-works by Richard Orjis, Eve Armstrong, and Kate Woods; and art texts by Lily Hacking, Xin Cheng, and Bruce E. Phillips.
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