5/5 Eley Williams witty and cautionary tale about late night texts and mating walruses.
4/5 Jack Houston's experimental story about two women living on the edge of society.
3/5 Sarah Hall's evocative story about a troubled young woman.
2/5 Jan Carson’s story is the gently humorous tale of a Northern Irish family get-together.
1/5 Caleb Azumah Nelson's story is a powerful parable about loss, longing and brotherhood.
Lynda Clark's fable like story about shape-shifting and intolerance.
Jo Lloyd's hypnotic tale about the fantasies people embrace to make life bearable.
Tamsin Grey's story about isolation in a big city and a fateful encounter with a pigeon.
Lucy Caldwell’s powerful story about motherhood and loss.
Jacqueline Crooks' haunting tale of migration and wanting to belong.