From Another World
An excerpt from the novel From Another World, translated from the Italian by Ruth Clarke.
An excerpt from Earthlings, translated from the Japanese by Ginny Tapley Takemori.
The Infinite Room
‘My life as a writer depends on irony and metaphor, and my parents are horrified and alienated by both.’
Translated from the Italian by Elizabeth Harris.
‘Off in the distance, the landlords laughed and laughed and laughed and laughed!’
An excerpt from the new novel by Sasha Fletcher.
‘I had begun to google the therapist reflexively whenever I was bored.’
A short story by Zakia Uddin.
‘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.
Shining the Boot
‘I did my work and looked perfectly happy, tidy and unobjectionable, shining, shining the boot.’
New fiction from Sarah Bernstein.
The Schoolmaster’s Enemy
A new short story by Missouri Williams, author of The Doloriad.
How to Be a Revolutionary
‘How could anything be yours, intimately yours, and not belong to you at all?’
An excerpt from the new novel by CA Davids.
‘All I ask is that we arrive.’
A short story translated by Jennifer Russell.