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Stephen Dock is a French photographer. His work has appeared in Le Figaro, Le Monde and Newsweek.
‘Imagine that, said Mairéad. A Frenchman and an Englishman squabbling over our turf.’A linguist and a painter clash in this excerpt from The Colony by Audrey Magee.
‘The first time I was painted by Hannah Meehan, she spent some time arranging me into a pose that would work for her.’ A short story by Ana Kinsella.
‘My life unfolded within the net effect of my father’s choices.’ Memoir by Emmanuel Iduma.
‘Beauty was a state of being blamed’ New fiction by David Hayden.
‘My brother and I hurried through sloppy postures of praise, quiet as the light pooling around us.’ A new poem by Kaveh Akbar.
‘As a child, my grandmother brushed her teeth every day with radioactive toothpaste.’
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