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An awkward inheritance raises difficult memories in this short story from Evie Wyld
A new development uncovers buried secrets in this graphic story from Julian Hanshaw
A woman arrives at a port on the latest leg of a budget cruise in this story by Amy Sackville
An impulsive purchase reveals connections and disconnections in this story from Adania Shibli, translated by Yasmine Seale
It’s past midnight and the candles are burning low as a visitor stirs up memories in this story from Arinze Ifeakandu
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Evie Wyld tells us about family holidays, the convolutions of time and the present tense, while we hear from the other contributors to Autumn 2022
Sarah Hall puts us on the verge of a desperate act in this haunting short story

Saba Sams: My top five short stories
From Jhumpa Lahiri to Ali Smith, Saba Sams picks her favourite short stories

Bella Lack: We need stories to fight the climate crisis
A better future must be imagined before it can be built, says Bella Lack

Richard Lea: Misunderstanding the power of fiction
Our crop for Autumn 2022 is founded on a series of miscommunications

Kate Tsurkan: Ukraine – fiction on the front line
Kate Tsurkan reports on how Ukrainian writers have responded to Russian aggression since 2014


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Sarah Hall: ‘At what point would you take grand steps?’
Sarah Hall talks about tackling big subjects in short fiction, the second person and the view from outside London, while we introduce all the stories from Summer 2022