Daylight Savings

It’s just past two in the morning when Sarah switches off her alarm, buttons up her dressing gown, and sits down to write to Amber’s husband. She accepts that this is not exactly a normal thing to do—less normal, say, than eating white bread, than wearing M&S knickers and standing in bus queues and tracking the…

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C.G. Menon

C.G. Menon is originally from Australia, but now splits her time between London and Cambridge. She writes short stories, and has recently been shortlisted for the Fiction Desk Newcomer prize, the Willesden Herald prize, the WriteIdea prize, the Rubery Book Award short story competition and the Words & Women prize. She’s been published in the associated anthologies, as well as having work upcoming in a number of other venues. She is currently working on her first novel.

Kaitlin Gabriel

I went to RMCAD and graduated in 2013 with a degree in Children’s Book Illustration. I prefer working digitally, although I love to paint outdoors with acrylic and oil if I’m feeling especially adventurous. I aspire to be a comic book artist, thanks to a mixture of reading Calvin and Hobbes and watching the amazing contemporary cartoons that can be found on television now. My website is

First Featured In: No. 1, spring 2015

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