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Q&A with Cherry Zheng

Our Intern LinLi Wan talks to Cherry about her fiction piece, ‘The Magic Act’, published in #26: REVEL.

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Q&A with Carmen Hau

Our Associate Editor, Megan Payne, talks to Carmen Hau about her photograph, ‘Sperm in the Head’, published in #24: UGLY.

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Q&A with George Cox

Our Associate Editor, Panda Wong, talks to George Cox about his poem, ‘Morning Routine’, published in #25: JUICE.

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Q&A with Alshaad Kara

Our Associate Editor L.B Hazelthorn talks to Alshaad Kara about his pair of poems, ‘Drinks’, published in #25: JUICE

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Q&A with Jessie Berry-Porter

Our Associate Editor, Luna Hazelthorn, talks to Jessie Berry-Porter about her poem, ‘Whatever Doesn’t Kill You Doesn’t Make You Stronger, It Just Doesn’t Kill You’, published in #24: UGLY.