Follow the Rabbit by Paul Jameson

‘Follow the Rabbit’ is at once surreal, comic and disturbing, chronicling one man’s hallucination of an anthropomorphic rabbit while undergoing psychiatric assessment. This is much left unsaid here, though it is in the unsaid that this story’s strength lies. With the hint of being expanded into a novel, we’re excited to read more.

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Perfection by Michelle Ciccarelli

Michelle Ciccarelli’s ‘Perfection’ is an unflinching look at the realities of life with anorexia, with all of the frustration and bitterness that the condition’s obsessive thinking entails. Its narration is utterly realistic, believable, and does a marvellous job at simultaneously making us want to protect Shauna and yet empathising with her distrust of those attempting to treat her. A tightly woven tale.

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