Fictionable is a literary magazine devoted to the best new short stories from around the world. Stories from writers of stature appear alongside the most exciting new voices, with a wide range of tone and perspective.
Fictionable matches its global ambition with global distribution, being available to anyone with a smartphone all around the world.
As citizens of the connected Earth we are passionate about stories in translation and as inhabitants of the 21st century we are inspired by audio and graphic fiction. Both will feature regularly in Fictionable.
We also welcome submissions from writers all over the world. These submissions will help us find the most exciting voices of the future.
After more than fifteen years on the Guardian books desk, where he presented the Guardian books podcast and commissioned writers such as Neil Gaiman, AS Byatt, Rose Tremain, Sarah Hall and Alain Mabanckou, Richard is now an editor at large for Oneworld.
Rachel is a writer and editor, who has reported from across the Middle East. She is the author of Generation Revolution, a New York Times top 100 pick.
Esther Opoku Gyeni
Esther started at the BBC, working on shows including the BAFTA award-winning Britain’s Forgotten Slave Owners, before moving to Premier Gospel radio to produce their live breakfast show. Esther is now an associate manager at Spotify, where she works with brands and podcast hosts.
A professor in the modern languages department at Baruch College, New York, Esther is a writer and translator who co-founded the PEN World Voices Festival.
A composer and audio producer, Iain is a founder member of Langham Research Centre and the founder of the independent record label Persistence of Sound.
Emma Hayley Emma is the managing director and founder of the award-winning comics publisher SelfMadeHero.
Publisher of Pursuit and a co-founder of The bks Agency, James is also a presentation coach and the founder of The Spare Room Project.