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October 2001's Issue

New writing from the South

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Arrows Of Rain

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Currents

  • 5 Oct 2001
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faced Tiger

  • 5 Oct 2001
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Letters

  • 5 Oct 2001
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Mixedmedia

  • 5 Oct 2001
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Tuvalu

  • 5 Oct 2001
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The Book Of Shadows

  • 5 Oct 2001
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Texaco

  • 5 Oct 2001
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Cover

  • 5 Oct 2001
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View From The South

  • 5 Oct 2001
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Weeping Susannah

  • 5 Oct 2001
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bashir

  • 5 Oct 2001
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NI Crossword

  • 5 Oct 2001
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What's the point of fiction in a world full of trouble?

Peter Whittaker makes the case and introduces his choice of vibrant new writing.

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