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.
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.
A short story by Alexander McCall Smith of The No 1 Ladies’ Detective Agency fame, exclusive to the New Statesman.
Fiction from the author of the award-winning If Nobody Speaks of Remarkable Things.