Notes on contributors:
Professor E.Z. Sanskrit is writing a definitive history of groynes.
Morton Particular lives in upstate New York with his cats. He last showered in 1976.
John Smith has made it his life's work to distinguish himself from the legions of other people also called 'John Smith'. He has been singularly unsuccessful.
Wy$iK is an internationally acclaimed poet and performance artist. He has been published numerous times and performed on more than four occasions. Why oh why will the world not recognise his genius?
Kathryn Dalston is currently completing a Master's thesis on theological econometrics.
Electra Bothy used to sing in the streets. Her third novel, A Slow Quiet Death Behind The Wheelie Bins, will be out in the summer.
Norman Wisdom does not write for this publication.
Xavier Crudup knows more about art and music than you ever will and will be happy to tell you so to your face, via email or on any number of reputably obscure internet discussion forums.
Bennington Proud fought the law. The law won.
Verity Ochs is sometimes concerned that her life is going nowhere. Other times she thinks that that's OK.
Franz Kafka lives and works in the infinite void of space.
Ragnar Church twists the pen round and round over his index finger, waiting for inspiration to come, confused, panicking, alienated, unsure as to whether or not his life is some kind of hideous cosmic mistake.