Contents – Issue 14

Click on any of the titles below to be taken to that page in Issue 14. You can skip to the next piece in the magazine from each page by pressing the Next Page button at the bottom of the page. Happy Reading!

  1. No Borders Please!
    Iona Mandal (UK)
  2. Complaint Letter
    Rodrigo Gonçalves (Portugal)
  3. Love from the Other Side
    Vilde Gangstø Davidsen (Norway)
  4. Standing on the Edge
    Aoife Clifford (Ireland)
  5. Borders
    Tigerlily Blakeway (UK)
  6. Just Like the Others
    Sofia Durão Lopes (Portugal)
  7. Everybody has Wishes
    Simão Lipscomb (Portugal)
  8. It’s Easier When it’s Science Fiction
    Bruna Rosa (Portugal)
  9. Was it Really a Dream?
    Sara Coelho (Portugal)
  10. It Takes One Second
    Emma O’Neil (Ireland)
  11. Why
    Martine Eriksen (Norway)
  12. Boat
    Theresa O’Sullivan (Ireland)
  13. Immortal Enemies
    Aliya Waseem (UK)
  14. The Secret
    Ina Ross (Ireland)
  15. Dear Olivia
    Nikita Olsen (Norway)
  16. The Happiest Smile Ever Seen
    Isabel Ott (Norway)
  17. On Edge
    Rudolf Muller (Norway)
  18. No More Borders
    Maisy Mansell-Warren (UK)
  19. Play the Game
    Samantha Richards (Ireland)
  20. The Allaji
    Gurpal Sahota (UK)

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