Litro: Literary Magazine – Stories Transport You

  • #Storysunday looks at a post- Brexit future: <em> Porn Brownies</em> #Storysunday looks at a post- Brexit future: Porn Brownies
  • Weekend Archives: Trees by Anthony Doerr Weekend Archives: Trees by Anthony Doerr
  • From the archives: <em>People on Sunday</em> | Everyday Life in the Weimar Before the Nazis Arrived From the archives: People on Sunday | Everyday Life in the Weimar Before the Nazis Arrived
  • Hope and Terror: <em>Revolution: Russian Art 1917-1932</em> at the Royal Academy Hope and Terror: Revolution: Russian Art 1917-1932 at the Royal Academy
  • Litro 159: First Dates | Photography Litro 159: First Dates | Photography
  • A Stone Fox A Stone Fox
  • Choosing Regret in the Season of Resolution Choosing Regret in the Season of Resolution
  • <em>Fences</em>: How Do You Adapt A Play By August Wilson? Fences: How Do You Adapt A Play By August Wilson?

 

 

     

 #flashfriday

  • This is Not My Los Angeles

    This is not my Los Angeles; I don’t have a right to this Los Angeles. My Los Angeles is not right here, where I sleep, and where my things are kept. It’s in books.

#Story Sunday

 Back Issues

#Essay Saturday

  • (Can You Believe) Her Name was Giselle?

    From your deuxieme étage perch, you watch some of the most beautiful women in the world walk by carrying bread or flowers or fresh meat or heavy bags of groceries, or they walk their dogs never even once

 #Arts & Culture

#On Writing

  • Celebrate the Unexpected

    Women who defy conventional definitions of “likeability” have a certain unforgettable quality. In literature as in life, they are far more memorable than their bland counterparts.

Litro Lab

#Tuesday Tales

  • At Zettl’s with the Steppenwolf

    The ear-piercing screech of brakes. I spin round, throw up a hand to shield my eyes from the blinding double headlights. The black Lincoln Continental’s grill crumples into twisted shards when it slams into the tree. Two men clamber

#Lunch Break Fiction

  • Litro 159: First Dates | Role Models

    Now I’ve been thinking about this recently, how I’ve always thought it was a funny story, an anecdote of a drunk girl’s cynicism, or proof that women could enjoy anonymous, heartless sex....

Latest Posts

Fiction

  • By Barbara Miers

    Weekend Archives: Trees by Anthony Doerr

    Trees, by Anthony Doerr, was first published in Litro Magazine: Jul 2012. He stops at the supply room window, a floor-to-ceiling sheet of glass, double-paned, six feet wide. The best window in the entire building. Third storey, forty feet

Interviews

  • Interview with Annabel Abbs

    Abbs’ powerful portrait of Lucia Joyce’s struggle to free her artistic passion for movement from her father’s shadow can’t fail to grip anyone with a dream in their head.

Travel & Lifestyle

  • (Can You Believe) Her Name was Giselle?

    From your deuxieme étage perch, you watch some of the most beautiful women in the world walk by carrying bread or flowers or fresh meat or heavy bags of groceries, or they walk their dogs never even once

Book Reviews

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