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Four Anthologies

Four Anthologies

£20.00

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Buy these 4 titles for the price of £20.00

All that Glitters

The Box

In Which Dragons are Real But

The Unseen

 

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All That Glitters 

Edited by Leone Ross 

All That Glitters is about the things that go on in private spaces, both tender and toxic. It is also about the aftermath; the complex reckoning that occurs when people count their blessings, even after disappointment. You can also find other stories: some straight-up talk about menopause, a date that lasts fives minutes by design, a bus ride in Hawaii, and a mermaid apocalypse. All that glitters may not be gold. But finding the right response to disappointment is the stuff of life: defiance, tenderness, chances to learn and grow seized, a sense of humour. There’s treasure in these pages.  

The Box 

Edited by Leone Ross 

Our sixth collection of student work, The Box, reveals so much. The square seems such a simple shape, but the idea of the box is a complex one. Boxes are a mystery, an opportunity; sometimes what’s hidden inside them is a treat. But we can be trapped, or boxed in, by other people’s prejudices, expectations, or assumptions. What happens when we’re freed from a box? Do we 
want that? Can we handle it? Open up The Box and see what’s inside. 

In Which Dragons Are Real But 

Edited by Leone Ross 

There’s a lot to think about, if you’re a questioning young person in 2018. In this, our fifth anniversary collection, writers look impending threat straight in the eye. Why is it, for example, for some readers a dragon is considered more ‘persuasive’ in a fantasy story plot than a lesbian couple? But even as our writers contemplate all that troubles them, there is redemption, even victory, too. So much is here: satire, the surreal, sly humour, awe. So much of it is tender. So much of it is dark. The dragons are real, but… 

The Unseen 

Edited by Leone Ross 

"The stories and poetry here – some long and unfolding, others short like hearty glugs of vodka – honor unsung moments, showcase the voices of the habitually unseen, and give life to the importance of finding the right voice and language. The colloquial, the vernacular, the dialect, the accents. The ‘bad’ language. Welcome to The Unseen. We hope it illuminates you." 

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