Issue 10, available now


Photos by Structo (CC-BY)

So here it is: Structo issue 10. Double digits! Five years! Available now!


This issue contains 10 short stories, 10 poems, two interviews and an essay on book addiction in the family by our (newly minted) fiction editor. We’ve decided to pretend that the 10 stories and 10 poems thing was deliberate, rather than an amusing coincidence, which it obviously was.


Our interviews this time are with Evie Wyld, bookshop owner and Granta-listed author of After the Fire, A Still Small Voice and All the Birds, Singing; and David Constantine, most recently a Frank O’Connor International Short Story Award winner for his story collection Tea at the Midland, but also a poet, translator and ex-Modern Poetry in Translation editor. Two very different, very fascinating and pretty damn long interviews.


The fiction and poetry comes from the UK and all over the world: Australia, the United States, South Africa and the Netherlands. There are translations from the Norwegian and Icelandic in there too.


It’s 108 pages, and costs £5. Online, it’s available in our shop, as well as from Magpile and Anikibo. You can also buy it from one of our stockists as they get their copies over the next week or so (The Society Club in London, The Albion Beatnik in Oxford and Cornerhouse in Manchester already have their copies).


5 responses to “Issue 10, available now

  1. Just wanted to say congrats Structo! As a previous contributor (way back ish 6) it’s good to find you on WP/Twitter and see you’re going from strength to strength! Regards, Ford at TVTA

  2. can’t wait to read !!

  3. Pingback: Crowded Isolation: an interview with the photographer Terence S. Jones | Structo magazine blog

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