Wet Ink, the magazine of new writing
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Inside each issue youíll find fiction, poetry and creative non-fiction, interviews, photography, book reviews and more. Itís the place to discover some of todayís best up-and-coming talent, as well as new works by established authors.



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Issue 25 is packed full of good reading to help you relax this summer. There's a new short story by Brian Castro, and poet Susan Hawthorne discusses her work in an interview with Heather Taylor Johnson.

Nigel Featherstone clocks a solicitor's torment as he waits for his client's execution, whilst Suzanne McCourt's biting social satire examines what happens when friends embark on a spiritual quest around India.

Peter Bakowski paints a portrait of artist Constance Street, Miri Jassy explores a young girl's discovery of her sexual potential, and Jake Dennis compares Gaugin's nativity scene to his own.


All these and much more in the summer issue of Wet Ink.

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