Issue Seven of The Lonely Crowd is out now. It is now available with special offer free UK postage. Guest edited by Valerie Sirr, Jo Mazelis & Christopher Cornwell, it is packed with innovative, unmissable new short fiction, poetry and photography. The full line-up is as follows.
Primal Cuts Danielle McLaughlin / Four Poems John Goodby / Lockjaw Mary Morrissy / Droning On June Caldwell / Three Poems Joseph Minden / Gone James Lawless / Morning Glory Fiona O’Connor/ my german wine Mark Mayes / Good People Valerie O’Riordan / Going Blonde John Lavin / Exiles Humberto Gatica / Four Poems Elisabeth Bletsoe / Living Under a Helicopter Camillus John/ Katherine Mansfield’s Sheets Rachel J Fenton / In Diquini Aidan Rooney / The One That Feels Good Sean Tanner / Property Maintenance Record for 9 Victoria Terrace Kate Feld / Two Poems Hugh Doyle / NowadaysDurre Shahwar / Yesterday’s TomorrowJessica Bonder/ Revolutionary Road. Charlie Baylis / The Invitation Brian Kirk / Rain Mongrel David Butler / Twist Ian Tromp / Sonnets from the Portuguese Maria Guerra & Family / There’s a Café in this Story Alison Wells / Warning Signs Mark Mayes / Thank Me Any Day Douglas W. Milliken / Three Poems Fred Johnston / Casablanca On Ice (an excerpt) Alan McMonagle / Channel Light Vessel Automatic Eley Williams / Two Poems Chris Hall