Tag: Surrealism

The Lit Mag Graveyard: Pindeldyboz

The Lit Mag Graveyard: Pindeldyboz

The archives of now-defunct literary magazine Pindeldyboz are still, at the time of writing, available to read online… remarkable given that the magazine ceased publication seven long years ago. Although the site has weathered a little with age, it’s still very much intact, and on […]

Review: “Recycled Glass” By Fred McGavran

Review: “Recycled Glass” By Fred McGavran

Publisher: Glass Lyre Press | Author: Fred McGavran | Buy: Amazon UK / Amazon USA | More: Goodreads Recycled Glass isn’t a bad title for Fred McGavran’s second short story collection. The eleven tales contained within are brightly-coloured and angular, and come in a variety […]

Interview: Kate Feld

We talk to Kate Feld – whose stories appeared in issue forty-one – about surrealism, nonfiction and getting the balance right when it comes to short stories. I loved the surreal ideas behind each of your short stories in issue forty-one. Is there often an […]