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The Sleepers Almanac No. 8

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Another wonderful collection of some of the best new fiction being written today. Packed with goodies for fans of short stories and avid readers alike.

Featuring new stories from Anica Boulanger-Mashberg, Jonathan Griffiths, Rhett Davis, Madeleine Griffeth, Helen Addison-Smith, and plenty of others you may never have heard of, alongside writers you may be more familiar with
Paperback, 282 pages
Published March 1st 2013 by Sleepers Publishing
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Belinda Rule
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Madeleine Griffith's Lungfish - I feel as though I have sat in those brown velveteen armchairs.

Isabelle Li's Narrative of Grief - About sadness in the body. I envy the dignity and directness of this piece.

Anthony Lynch's The Good Agent - a reluctant real estate agent's complex flirtation with a reluctant buyer.

Lucy Treloar's Wrecking Ball - about addiction and alienation in the family. Rings painfully true.

Laurie Steed's Skin I'm In - mental illness in the fa
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