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A young family is torn apart by the military junta in Argentina.
A couple exchanges fortunes and music, reading their futures together.
A long train trip home on endless steel rails through the swamp.
The house became vacant, in the way a place can only be with just one person; like the proverbial tree falling, emptiness requires a witness.
Svetlana Lupibatko has reached middle age. It arrived one morning without much notice and announced that it would be staying for at least ten years – perhaps even longer.
A writer is always serving sentences and is therefore always in prison.
We’re delighted to see Richard House longlisted for the 2013 Man Booker Prize. We published this short story by Richard back in 2010, a compelling slice of obsession and loss.
The recollection of his words strung together comes to her like a finger that keeps tapping her on the shoulder.
everyone’s shouting do it or fight or get him Kane or fucking do him, then Kane’s charging and the sound, thwack, like punishment, wood meeting temple