Contents – Issue 21

Click on any of the titles below to be taken to that page in Issue 21. 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. The Typewriter
    Iona Mandal
  2. Hoping?
    Ansh Agrawal
  3. The Corona
    Sahil Agrawal
  4. Stay at Home
    Sayandeep Das
  5. Autumn Riddle
    Emily de Bono
  6. Lockdown
    Eliza Howe
  7. Lockdown Commentary
    Abel Neto
  8. Dog Diary
    Evie Brennan
  9. Love
    Ruby Mckie
  10. The Diary of a Spaceman
    Shrish Madhan
  11. Watching
    Lara Starkey
  12. Stars
    Sophie Nock
  13. A Monster is Born
    Aarav Desai

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