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An Interview with Dorthe Nors

July 29th 2016

VIDEO INTERVIEW: Acclaimed Danish author DORTHE NORS in conversation with Professor Alison MacLeod, at the University of Chichester, 2016.

A Littery and Eddicated Man

June 1st 2016

MIKE SMITH delves into Stacy Aumonier’s short story ‘A Man of Letters’ and discovers where this writer’s intellectual standards really lie: ‘He sets himself a difficult task, because his eponymous hero is a working class chap with atrocious spelling and a weak grasp on language…’

Unpacking Sergei Dovlatov’s Suitcase

July 13th 2015

ALAN McMONAGLE takes a look inside Sergei Dovlatov’s collection The Suitcase and finds the author hidden within the pages: ‘One day in the early 1980s, the Russian émigré-writer Sergei Dovlatov opened the door of a seldom-used closet in his Forest Hills apartment in New York City…’

Story: ‘Goodbye Crocodile’ by Conor Patrick

July 17th 2013

From the house I can see the path that leads to the valley…’ Read Conor Patrick’s story ‘Goodbye Crocodile’ on Thresholds now, ahead of the launch of his debut short story collection from The London Magazine.

Fantasies of Julio Cortázar

June 12th 2013

You could say Julio Cortázar was destined to write from the moment he was christened with the name Julio, after the French writer Jules Verne.’ HUGH FULHAM-McQUILLAN takes us through the life and works of Julio Cortázar.

Story: ‘Berroca’ by Julie Burchill

March 18th 2013

EXCLUSIVE NEW STORY: We are thrilled to bring you ‘Berroca’, a provocative and satirical short story from author and journalist JULIE BURCHILL. This is REBECCA, but not as you know it… ‘Last night I dreamt I was hanging at Madderley again, like back in the day…’

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