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— by Danny Silva Soberano
— by Belinda Rule
My mother was born from an apple
— Fiction by Tehnuka
Announcing: The GDS ARCHIVES
— All our past editions, freely accessible online.
GAZING AT MY REFLECTION WAS AN ACT NOT OF VANITY BUT PERSONAL FITNESS
— by Sholto Buck and Nick Mullaly
GDS #8 (1988)
— by Jack Kirne
Transcript: Christmas by Tommi Parrish
A funeral for my body that nobody is invited to
— Non-fiction by Sian Campbell
— by Hasib Hourani
Bonus Feature: Anneli Goeller
— Anelli Goeller discusses #41.
Hot Wet Luxury Cobra
— by Patrick Hunn
— by Jessica Kilkenny
— a poem by Eileen Chong
Singing in Public, Not for the Public, But Not for Oneself
— by Christopher O'Neill
GDS #35 (2013)
— Going Down Swinging presents a yummy mini-edition.
— Day 3 winner of the 2020 Swinburne Microfiction Challenge.
Transcript: something more than nutrients by Anita Solak
— Day 5 winner of the 2020 Swinburne Microfiction Challenge.
GDS #41 (2021)
left-handed poem for cats
— by Dylan Thomson-Barney
— by Caitlin McGregor
— by Jean Velasco
The Hall of Perception
— by Scott Limbrick
— Fiction for voice and piano, written and performed by Coco Huang.
'watching people hearing people breathe'
— Hasib Hourani reads an excerpt of their piece from #41.
GDS #36 (2013)
— Fiction from Zac Picker