Hear those voices echo in your head

A few more readings to go along with Antiphon issue 20. By now you’ll have worked your way through the reviews, made a note of a few books to buy, and be savouring acts 3 and 4.

Or perhaps you’ll be printing it out and inserting it carefully into one of those leather covers that the most ancient TV listings mag over here fondly likes to imagine we use. Can’t imagine why anyone would want to collect that, but an entire series of Antiphon issues – that’s going to be worth money, that is. Think of your grandchildren.

Cafe Theater by Ceri Eagling

My Mother’s St Vith by Polly Brown

She Nearly Died by Anne Stewart

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Antiphon issue 20 now live!

Antiphon issue 20  is now live!

Full contents below. Please enjoy some more readings!

Beachcomber by Richie McCaffery

From Heaven by Judith Taylor

Fitting In by Seth Crook

Contents

Act One
The Moon Illusion Robert Wrigley
Anatomy Ceridwen Hall
April in Myth Wren Tuatha
Partial Understanding Brian Johnstone
From heaven Judith Taylor
Acqua Alta Fiona Larkin
Philip Levine’s Good Ear Lisa Kelly

Act Two
Ferry Across New Year Chrissy Banks
Because of your problem, are you afraid
people may think you are intoxicated? Michael Albright
For the Traveler Tricia Knoll
Jealous Kim Bridgford
Our Evolution Luigi Coppola
She nearly died… Anne Stewart
Trying his art on laments Tony Williams
Catharsis Mary Makofske

Interval – Reviews
Kith, Jo Bell
The Fetch, Gregory Leadbetter
There Was and How Much There Was, Zeina Hashem Beck
This Changes Things, Claire Askew
Homing, Mary King
Brief Encounters:
Beautiful Day, JR Solonche
Small Disturbances, Isabel Bermudez
The Swell, Jess Mookherjee

Act Three
The Buzzard Anna Lewis
The Fernery Jane Frank
Take It Off the Mat Ellen Goldsmith
Compliment Ceridwen Hall
My Mother’s St. Vith Polly Brown
October Wake Jean L. Kreiling
Sinann Clifton Redmond
Beachcomber Richie McCaffery

Act Four
Ant Lion, Owlfly, Doodlebug Deborah Brown
Gold Leaves Kathy Gee
Missing Susan Roney-O’Brien
Transcendence Jac Shortland
On the Clifftop Petra White
Café Theater Ceri Eagling
Fitting In Seth Crook

Antiphon is delighted in this issue to feature the photography of Beth Kirkhart. Beth is a photographer who lives near Bee Caves, Texas with her husband and two children. She also works in environmental conservation. See more of her work on twitter, @Gilenlinn

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