Short stories by Kachi A. Ozumba and Andrew Sinclair.
‘Augustine and the Birth of Autobiography’: Peter Abbs uncovers the origins of self-reflection.
‘Ernest Dowson: London Poet and Absinthe Drinker’: Ray Cavanaugh commemorates the troubled artist.
‘Metaphysical Prose: The Art of Lydia Davis’: James Kidd pays tribute to the queen of ‘less is more’.
‘John Huston: Fine Arts and Films’: Jeffrey Meyers explains how collecting art inspired the work of the film director.
‘The Crescent and the Crucifix: Breaking Ties in Massinger’s The Renegado’: Sadaf Qureshi explores religious rivalry in the Jacobean play.
‘Banjoes on the Lawn: Scott Fitzgerald and Show Biz’: Ian Whitcomb celebrates the star of the Jazz Age.
Sue Butler, Joy Riding
John Wedgwood Clarke, Seafarers
John Greening, Causeway
Terry Jones, Kleopatra: Room 62
Noel King, Aunt Jane was a Fallen Woman, my family said
Patricia McCarthy, Three poems
Robert Nye, Instructions for a Burial
Peter Robinson, Two poems
Elizabeth Smither, Two poems
Kachi A. Ozumba, ‘Gay Kay’
Andrew Sinclair, ‘Ricky di Portanova’
Peter Abbs: Augustine and the Birth of Autobiography
Ray Cavanaugh: Ernest Dowson: London Poet and Absinthe Drinker
James Kidd: Metaphysical Prose: The Art of Lydia Davis
Jeffrey Meyers: John Huston: Fine Arts and Films
Sadaf Qureshi: The Crescent and the Crucifix: Breaking Ties in Massinger’s The Renegado
Ian Whitcomb: Banjoes on the Lawn: Scott Fitzgerald and Show Biz
Neal Alexander, The Human Dream
Anna Goodall, The Extraordinary Persistence of Faith
Eleanor Kilroy, Political Movements
Erik Martiny, Somnolent Parnassian Slopes
William Packer, A Talent Too Far
George Williamson, Round and Round