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“The Cardiff Review No. 9, Fall 2017”

GBP 5.00 — Released 15 October 2017

Fiction from Troy Morash, Kai Merriott and Rachel Sagent; poetry from Christopher T. Keaveney, Hussain Ahmed and Anna Khan; a portfolio from David Rodriguez; and reviews from Benjamin Newman and Callum McAllister.

For our Behind the Desk interview, Jamie Gillingham, The Review's editor, spoke with Sheila Heti. Sheila Heti is the author of seven books, including the 2012 novel, How Should a Person Be? which was a New York Times Notable Book and was called by Time magazine "one of the most talked-about books of the year." She is co-editor of the New York Times bestseller Women in Clothes, which features the voices of 639 women from around the world. Her books have been translated into a dozen languages. She will be publishing a new book, called Motherhood, in May 2018.

The cover of Issue 9 features a piece by Daniel Segrove. Daniel Segrove is an American artist who lives and works in San Francisco, California. Daniel is a mixed media artist focusing on contemporary portraiture of female and male subjects. He is recognized for his work that uses a minimal palette on burnt paper and other fragile surfaces, which mirror the fragile psyche of his figures.

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