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Litro # 160: Changes

Cover Art: by Dax Ward

Contents Fiction:

Letter from the Editor Eric Akoto

Wheel of Fortune by Taylor García

A Bohemian Memoir by Nancy Ludmerer

Olives by Kathy Stevens

The Prize by Jenny Bhatt

ootd by Eden Summerlee

Contents Non-Fiction:

Growing Younger by Emily Wildash

Remembrance by Lindsay Hicks

The Changes issue Litro#160.

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Self-Portrait as a Garage Emcee

If I could navigate the fuzz of traffic reports, dinner table jazz and topical chat Majik FM! is where, in the stillness between last bell and the latch announcing mum’s return to stagnant dishes littering the kitchen sink, I’d rest the red dial of the Sanyo cassette player bought, part-exchange, from a now-defunct branch of Tandy on Wandsworth High St. Read more →

Litro: 150 Britishness: Tygrys

There’s a stranger walking down the street.
His skin is plastered with a thick layer of dust and worn out at the knuckles. Like a wild cat, he treads lightly and barefoot on the wet asphalt. When he keeps still, he’s almost invisible, hidden in the thick paper and food waste undergrowth of the city streets shrouded in dense smog and a cloud of bad breath of eight million hungry commuters. He pauses, he breaths in the hot air – it stings the soft tissue of his lungs, like molten metal. It smells like deep fried fish and chips - thick like oil, salty like the ocean. Read more →

Litro: 150 Britishness: F/O/X/T/R/O/T

The creator sat at his window ledge smoking the third cigarette in a row. It was his usual solution to a usual problem. The deadline for next week’s cryptic was a few hours away and in time-honoured style he had a good five or six problems to set before sunrise. It didn’t help trying to work around what had been going on outside for the last few days.

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Litro #149: Love – Water-Love

The brochure promises my first underwater breath will open the door to a different world, one where I’ll be free like never before. So I sign R. White on the consent form, pay the price of freedom ($300) and make for the beach clutching the printed promise that if I dared to open the door to my new underwater world life would never be the same again. Read more →

Litro #147: The Space issue

Welcome to Litro #147 - the Space Issue. In this issue we explore the world’s ever-evolving urban social landscape. We’ve got art, stories, essays, cartoons, interviews - all examining the ways in which individuals and groups carve out their own spaces, dare to take up space and make their built environment(s) distinctly their own. Read more →