Breach's seventh issue continues our grand tradition of finding the best short fiction from New Zealand and Australia. Tee Linden's Australian Gothic tale "Waiting for the Other Shoe to" kicks things off, and it doesn't let up until the closing lines of Hari Navarro's horrific fantasy "The Naked Astronaut".
In between, find Lee Murray's steampunk re-imagining of Frank Sargeson's iconic short story "Boy". Fresh from her win at the Australian Shadow Awards, our resident Body Horror Queen Claire Fitzpatrick is back with a classic gore fest of bugs, self-esteem issues and motherly love (or lack thereof). In "Sub-Urban", read the story that gave our editor nightmares, and Kiwi author Ronnie Smart returns with an honest-to-God sonnet. Oliver Hayes provides the "Scarab"-inspired cover art.
Breach is a bi-monthly digital magazine with a focus on new and emerging Australian and New Zealand writers and artists. Thank you for supporting independent publishing!
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