A retelling of the gruesome story of Medea’s revenge.
A lock-in, a fire, a sleuthing fox: the west of Ireland by moonlight.
Exclusive new fiction for the New Statesman from a master of short-story writing.
A new short story by the Man Booker International winner.
Disaster strikes the British seaside in a gripping new short story by the author of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time.
Christmas coming, a man and a woman in a lonely longbarn expecting a child, a post-apocalyptic landscape, a journey out into the tempest. An exclusive short story by Sarah Hall.
A new (very) short work.
Fiction from Alexander McCall Smith.
An exclusive short story for the New Statesman by poet and author John Burnside.
I had a dream, I say.
Don’t tell me about any dream right now, you say, I can’t listen to it right now.