Issue 38 of Neon has arrived, packed with whales, recurring nightmares, kittens, desert islands, floods and plagues, flings and wounds and a series of lesser-known wars. In this issue you’ll find the work of Steve Subrizi, Peter Branson, Ian Mullins, Holly Day, Claire Joanne Huxham, Jonathan Greenhause, Mark Vanner, Alina Rios, Sam Preminger, and Huang Kaishan. The cover image is by Diána Farkas Fruzsina. As well as the usual selection of fiction and poetry, there is also an extract from Karen Heuler’s recent novel Glorious Plague.
You can pick up a copy of the magazine in its new perfect-bound, seventy-page format for just £4 plus postage from the site, or subscribe for a year for £12 plus postage. This issue also comes with a free copy of Battery Pack – a micro-anthology which features ultra-short stories by David Hartley, Henry Northmore, Sarah Butler, Tamasine Reilley, Jenny Mackenzie, and Tracy Fells.