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Ambit Magazine issue 233 Ambit Magazine issue 233

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Summer 2018

Summer 2018

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"Ambit is a surreptitious peek inside a private world. Without it such vital sparks of inspiration could well be lost for ever."  Ralph Steadman

Ambit is a 96-page quarterly literary and art magazine. It is created in London, published in the UK, and read internationally. It’s available through subscription, in selected bookshops, and in libraries worldwide.

The magazine is put together entirely from unsolicited submissions. You can read more about our guidelines on our submissions page. We look at everything that is sent to us, and give no preference to well-known writers over the newest artistic talents.

Issue 233 contents:

Julian Stannard Eau Sauvage
Ella Jeffery ReSpimask
Ben Ristow / John Strover Of Evening and the Butcherbird
Helen Charman The tenancy
Harry Guest Stone Islands
Mandy Kahn The Everyday
Fiona Curran The world is larger in summer
Fady Joudah Bloodline
Lesley Saunders Drawn
Rosa Campbell Small Rectangle of Light
Ahsan Akbar Offshore
Rushika Wick Theatre 7
Jee Leong Koh From Snow at 5 PM
Summer Salon
Lorna Elcock / Shih-Hsien Hsu The White Sail
João Anzanello Carrascoza (translated by Ilze Duarte) Lines
Karen Solie Whose Deaths Were Recorded Officially As Casualties of ‘The Battle of May Island’
Sholeh Wolpé The World Grows Blackthorn Walls
Rebecca Watts Glamour
Lauren Clay Wavy Window
Declan Ryan The Bachelors
James Woolf One Slightly Crazy Night on East 52nd Street
Will Burns Cheap
Jennifer Edgecombe elastic bands
Robert Selby XVIII: The Daylight
Niall Campbell Goodnight
Andrew Nightingale Twelve Espressos
Abdulla Pashew (translated by Alana Marie Levinson-LaBrosse) The Red Notebook
Rachel Levistky Against Travel
James Needham Cusco Park

 

Artwork on cover by Fiona Curran

"Ambit is a surreptitious peek inside a private world. Without it such vital sparks of inspiration could well be lost for ever."  Ralph Steadman

Ambit is a 96-page quarterly literary and art magazine. It is created in London, published in the UK, and read internationally. It’s available through subscription, in selected bookshops, and in libraries worldwide.

The magazine is put together entirely from unsolicited submissions. You can read more about our guidelines on our submissions page. We look at everything that is sent to us, and give no preference to well-known writers over the newest artistic talents.

Issue 233 contents:

Julian Stannard Eau Sauvage
Ella Jeffery ReSpimask
Ben Ristow / John Strover Of Evening and the Butcherbird
Helen Charman The tenancy
Harry Guest Stone Islands
Mandy Kahn The Everyday
Fiona Curran The world is larger in summer
Fady Joudah Bloodline
Lesley Saunders Drawn
Rosa Campbell Small Rectangle of Light
Ahsan Akbar Offshore
Rushika Wick Theatre 7
Jee Leong Koh From Snow at 5 PM
Summer Salon
Lorna Elcock / Shih-Hsien Hsu The White Sail
João Anzanello Carrascoza (translated by Ilze Duarte) Lines
Karen Solie Whose Deaths Were Recorded Officially As Casualties of ‘The Battle of May Island’
Sholeh Wolpé The World Grows Blackthorn Walls
Rebecca Watts Glamour
Lauren Clay Wavy Window
Declan Ryan The Bachelors
James Woolf One Slightly Crazy Night on East 52nd Street
Will Burns Cheap
Jennifer Edgecombe elastic bands
Robert Selby XVIII: The Daylight
Niall Campbell Goodnight
Andrew Nightingale Twelve Espressos
Abdulla Pashew (translated by Alana Marie Levinson-LaBrosse) The Red Notebook
Rachel Levistky Against Travel
James Needham Cusco Park

 

Artwork on cover by Fiona Curran

Additional Info

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SKU 9770002697003
Editor(s) Briony Bax
Format Paperback
Original publication date July 2018

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