March 2021: The hope collection

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Contributors

 

Russ Bickerstaff

Mark Greene

Lee Hamblin

Sharon Bennett

Faith Clarke

Christina Dalcher

Fiona J Mackintosh

Richard Lakin

Kerry Barner

Abi Hynes

Jay Merill

Christopher Ray

Ross Muir

Jonathan Brown

Timothy Boudreau

Daniel Rankin

Annelise Altman

Marianne Elder

Gerald Roberts

James King

Robert Grossmith

Sam Walker-Smart

Cameron Dunham

Abigail Shepherd

Michael Bloor

Giles Ward

Chloe Nelms

Lana Bella

Catherine Sabatina

Kelsie Colclough

Kristy Watson - Ables

Vesna Main

George Aitch

John White

Jayne Marshall

Donald Hiscock

Julia Molloy

Steve Smith

Peter Rusafov

Kathy Lanzarotti

Samuel Stephenson

John D Ashton

Annie Murray

David McVey

Niall Sweeney

Mike Nelson

Nick Sweeney

CV Craib

Lauryn Stevens

Rebecca Stonehill

EM Martin

S.D.Brown

Gary Duncan

Nigel Jarrett

Fabrice Poussin

Lauren Busser

Thomas Elson

Grant Watson 

Ricardo Marcelino

Hannah Glickstein

Joel James

Steve Melia

New for 2021!

EDITOR’S CHOICE

Looking through our archives this week, we realised just how many quality pieces of fiction Platform has showcased over the last six years. 

 

Every month we are going to trawl the Platform archives and pull out one of our all time favourites to feature right here on the front page. 

First Editor’s Choice piece to be revealed soon!

'Writing has laws of perspective, of light and shade just as painting does, or music. If you are born knowing them, fine. If not, learn them. Then rearrange the rules to suit yourself.'  

Truman Capote