Review: Oslo, Norway by John Holten

John Holten’s Oslo, Norway is a lot of things. At first glance the book, Holten’s second to be published by Broken Dimanche Press (the publisher he co-founded in Berlin), appears much like any other example of literary fiction, introducing the reader to a roster of...

Issue 14 now online

It’s been a few months since the print edition of issue 14 was released, and so as usual we have now released it online to read for free over at Issuu. In case you missed the scoop on launch, this latest issue features 14 short stories, 14 poems, and two...

Rus and the writing of Bette Adriaanse

We published a story called Rus and the Letter in our eighth issue. It’s a deceptively simple little tale full of well-observed wit from Dutch author and artist Bette Adriaanse. We catch up with Bette just as her first novel, Rus Like Everyone Else, is published...