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Current issue

Issue 13 – Spring/Summer 2015

Structo issue 13 features eight short stories, 14 poems, a piece of creative non-fiction, and two interviews—with Sjón and Zaffar Kunial.

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Issue 14 launch


The issue 14 launch will take place on the 25th of July, at London’s Society Club in Soho from 7-9pm.

As usual it’s free to attend, and there will be plenty of magazines and readings and cocktails to make for an excellent evening, so find some lit-friendly friends and let’s celebrate bringing another batch of incredible writing into the world.

Location: The Society Club, 12 Ingestre Place, London W1F 0JF
Facebook event page: facebook.com/events/994003260631321


Vaguely literary things we’ve been enjoying

London Fields

londonfieldsLondon Fields by Martin Amis is essentially a murder mystery in reverse. Hilarious in a way only Amis can be.” — Keir

How Poetry Saved My Life

How Poetry Saved My LifeHow Poetry Saved My Life by Amber Dawn, published in 2013 by my all-time favourite publishing house: Arsenal Pulp Press. It is a rough autobiography of short prose pieces interspersed with poems detailing the instances that pushed her to discover the power of poetry and how it has so greatly impacted her life.” — Claire

Settled Wanderers

Settled WanderersSam Berkson & Mohamed Sulaiman, Settled Wanderers: The poetry of Western Sahara (Influx Press, 2015). “At the Pages of Hackney bookstore in Clapton, Sam Berkson and others have been manning the bookshop on Mondays in return for using the basement space for events, which is a rather sound arrangement all round. They’re up and running with poetry and spoken word events along with Kit Caless from Influx.”
— Stephen