Past Issues

Issue One

‘a souvenir’: that is the subtitle of Tim Smith-Laing’s strange and lingering Omiyage, a poem we are delighted to publish in the first quarterly issue of The Junket. It has good reasons to assum…

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Issue Three

April, as Chaucer says, is the month to shake off winter lethargy and hit the road. It seems apt, therefore, that so many of the pieces in this spring issue of The Junket should deal with distant trip…

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Issue Five

Eating breakfast, taking tablets, washing up: we do so many things each day without stopping for thought. Routine is most noticeable when it slips out of sync, when our daily chores and actions are fo…

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Issue Seven

When we build, we build around water. Our cities compromise with the rivers that pull in and out of them; as the cities reach for permanence, the rivers undermine them. Even canals, monuments to hum…

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Issue Nine

If there is a time in our collective consciousness for reflection, Winter, historically a season of hoarding and privation - albeit it one punctuated with great feasts - is surely it. In Issue Nine of…

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