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Six Months

Fiction Maria Thomas

Mona looked left, out of the little window, to find the sun shining and plump rain falling in a manner that seemed cinematic and hopeful.
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No. 30

No. 30

Author

Maria Thomas’s fiction has appeared on BBC Radio 4, in the New England Review, Wasafiri, the Masters Review Anthology IV, edited by Roxane Gay, and elsewhere. She is a PhD candidate in creative writing at Goldsmiths, University of London. Her story in this issue was edited by Sarah Blakley-Cartwright.

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