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The Tangerine Issue Three
Spring 2017

100 pages (A4)


Pick up the third issue of The Tangerine magazine, a Belfast-based magazine of new writing.


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Poetry
Stephen Boyce: Glint
Adam Crothers: Helpless, Dreamland
Patrick Deeley: Undercut
Alyson Favilla: Maariv
Matthew Haigh: Dementia as Computer Game Glitch
Gail McConnell: 14
Kadie Newman: Wisdom teeth
Jack Nicholls: Malachi
Elizabeth O’Connell-Thompson: I Pack in the Dark
Frank Ormsby: The Bee-Keeper, Untroubled
Astra Papachristodoulou: gastropod euphoria, hypnosis 400gr
Claudine Toutoungi: Disclaimer, Bygones


Short Stories
Ronan Flaherty: Wayfarer
Neil Hegarty: Mackerel Sky
Aidan O’Donoghue: This Working Life
Bernard O’Rourke: DART to Howth
Cathy Sweeney: The Homemade Man
Dawn Watson: Inter State


Non-Fiction
Kevin Breathnach: Plattenbauten
Stephen Connolly: Thing


Interview
Padraig Regan: An Interview with Luke Kennard
Michael Nolan: An Interview with Sally Rooney


Review
Susannah Dickey: He-witt, He-woo: Reflecting on the John Hewitt International Summer School
Zosia Kuczynska: Andy Eaton’s Sprung Nocturne and Susannah Dickey’s I had some very slight concerns
Scott McKendry: ‘Straight from America’s barbwired heart’: Tyehimba Jess’s Olio


Artwork
Kate Donaldson: 22
Mark Donnelly: Inside Cover Artwork
Amy Mathers: Miniatures
Nadia Rice: Cover Artwork
Alvaro Tapia Hidalgo: Portraits



From This Issue

An Interview with Sally Rooney

Sally Rooney talks to our Fiction Editor, Michael Nolan, about her début novel, Conversations with Friends, writing in the digital era, and Dublin today.

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An Interview with Luke Kennard

Luke Kennard talks to our Contributing Editor, Padraig Regan, about recent collection Cain, the abiding influence of the New York School, and the discipline of writing anagrams.

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