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Three Pieces of Flash Fiction

"The western winds overwhelmed me, blew my garage open, sucked my tuba into the road, dragged it down the pebbly pavement. Sparks flew from its brass. The wind drove the sparks deep into the chaparral." Story of the Week (Decem...
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Burn On

"Dad, who mocked religion,/ heard something singing..." Weekend Poem, by David Sullivan.
The Little Mermaid by Amy Dale

Solitary Consignment

Features Editor Maria Amir writes of the silent battles being waged between art and soul

Reinventing the Reel: Grace of Monaco

Film critic Chuck Williamson gathers his thoughts on ‘Grace of Monaco’, Olivier Dahan’s much-maligned Cannes 2014 opener.
Leonidas Madeline

Being Young and Gay in Greece

Madeline Weng examines the LGBT rights situation in Greece, a country scarred by high unemployment and rising support for the extreme far-right.
Adam and Eve by Moeen Farooqi. Courtesy: ArtChowk Gallery.

The Marital Groupthink

At a time where "femininity" is weighed by the proclivity of procreation, the author ponders what place "the white picket fence" fantasy merits in Pakistan today.
 Alone in Babel
Arno Camenisch

Diary: Arno Camenisch in Brooklyn, New York

Sauleha Kamal on an evening with Swiss writer Arno Camenisch at Book Court in Brooklyn.
Adriana Lisboa Photo: Julie Harris

Poet of the Month: Adriana Lisboa

"[Poetry] is a space where we can multiply our question marks, rather than look for answers." Adriana Lisboa, The Missing Slate's Poet of the Month, in conversation with Jacob Silkstone.