Structo is celebrating the launch of its 12th issue with a competition. As the magazine contains a new interview with Margaret Atwood, it seems only right that the competition prize is a signed copy of Atwood’s latest novel Maddaddam.
In addition to the 20-page interview, the new issue contains 10 short stories, 14 poems (four in translation, from the German, Serbian and Spanish), an instructional score, and an essay about the life and death of Jean Rhys. It’s also in colour for the first time!
And because sleep is for the weak, the Structo team are now accepting submissions for issue 13. Head to the magazine’s website for more information, and for the link to submit your writing.
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