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Birte Kaufmann is a German photographer. She lives and works in Cologne and Berlin.
‘As Scully and Charlie Vaughan passed under the trees in the town square, the afternoon seemed to switch on and off around them.’Fiction by Colin Barrett.
‘i think again, love, that t believe in this / would be t chapen the accident of our own gift’ Two poems from James Conor Patterson’s collection, bandit country.
‘We are sitting in a cafe, on planet Earth, on the night before our wedding day.’ Fiction by Aidan Cottrell-Boyce.
‘Dinner plates empty in front of me, and the present softens and melts’.New fiction from David Hayden.
‘The Roma understand that a home doesn’t need axles and wheels to be “Gypsy”, and we look for other signs.’Damian Le Bas introduces photographs taken by the Herak family.
‘Essex is the ugliest county. I only went there to be able to work in peace and quiet and get away from the settlers from London south of the river.’
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