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Short Fiction in Theory and Practice is an interdisciplinary journal celebrating the current resurgence in short-story writing and research. Looking at short fiction from a practice-based perspective, it explores the poetics of short-story writing, adaptation, translation and the place of the short story in global culture.

Publisher: Intellect

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Volume 6, Number 1, April 2016

Editorial

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Articles

Fiction

Hibiscus Lobiscus
pp. 69-75(7)
Author: Budhram, Auguste

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A screech in the dark
pp. 77-83(7)
Author: Anim-Addo, Joan

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Brother (revisited)
pp. 85-91(7)
Author: Simelda, Kristine

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Flight reflections
pp. 93-95(3)
Author: Pollard, Velma

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The girl who looks like a boy
pp. 97-102(6)
Author: Barker, Heather

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Reviews

Reviews
pp. 103-108(6)
Authors: Simpson, Hyacinth; Scafe, Suzanne

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Report

On the brevity of writing
pp. 109-112(4)
Authors: Vilches Norat, Vanessa; Lauzardo, Aurora

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Interviews

Teller and Tales: An interview with Pamela Mordecai
pp. 113-118(6)
Author: Walcott, Jennifer

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