Monthly Archives: June 2018

The New Animals by Pip Adam – 2017

“All this sweet hope lost. Lost to time, to dust, to heat. Like the dinosaurs’ hopes, like the fish that left the sea, like the fish that stayed in the sea knew they wouldn’t see one another again” – but … Continue reading

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Sodden Downstream by Branavan Gnanalingam – 2017

Sita is on a zero-hours cleaning contract and is the only wage earner in her family.  Her husband, Thiru, is currently only able to contribute a Work and Income benefit, and her son, Satish, is still at school. So, when … Continue reading

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