ISSN: 20430701
Online ISSN: 2043071X
First published in 2011
2 Issues per volume
Volume 1 Issue 1
Cover Date: March 2011
Price: £18
Contents
EDITORIAL
Authors:  Ailsa Cox 
Page Start: 3
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Endings and beginnings: reading Clark Blaise’s ‘A Fish Like a Buzzard’
Authors:  J. R. (Tim) Struthers 
Page Start: 7
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Look back in wonder: how the endings of short stories can be their most powerful and effective distinguishing features
Authors:  Ursula Hurley 
Page Start: 25
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The frame within a frame: a short-short story sequence theory in a sequence of short-shorts
Authors:  Laura Tansley 
Page Start: 37
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Making micro meanings: reading and writing microfiction
Authors:  Holly Howitt-Dring 
Page Start: 47
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Orcs on Mars: historical fiction and the short story
Authors:  George Green 
Page Start: 59
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Reader as consumer: the magazine short story
Authors:  Sarah Whitehead 
Page Start: 71
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From New Wave to SciFi Strange: thematic shifts in the SF short story
Authors:  Andy Hedgecock 
Page Start: 85
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Exploding the open book: The Atrocity Exhibition, Vermilion Sands and the ethics of the short story cycle
Authors:  Paul March-Russell 
Page Start: 95
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Overturning the narrative: an interview with Helen Simpson
Authors:  Katherine Orr 
Page Start: 109
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REVIEWS
Authors:  Carol Fenlon 
Page Start: 119
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