Issues 50 - 0
issue no.50 :: Far from the Madding Crowd
Directions: helpful, informative, and with that tarty goodness you'd expect. travellogue ii.
issue no.49 :: Ticéad Paisnéara Agus Bagáiste
a very long title.
issue no.48 :: Joke III
locusts. all about eve.
issue no.47 :: Automagic Writing
a delightful tale of auld, castles, an post, and bugs galore.
issue no.46 :: Curiousity Has Killed a Cow
Farmer Frank's not-very triumphant return to print.
issue no.45 :: Nobbled
an issue for the ages, it's been voted one of the top three!
issue no.44 :: Historical Imperative
watch makers without trousers and this time last year.
issue no.43 :: Providence
quiet, nice and quiet and peaceful. and dark, dark, too.
issue no.42 :: Almost Gold
our contact with the aliens, and what it means to us.
issue no.41 :: Lux Monday
physician, heal thyself. or don't, either way.
issue no.40 :: Painfully Pleasant, or How the Weekend Would Have Hoped to Have Gone
like a walk in the park, very much so.
issue no.39 :: Left My Heart in Toblerone
the Head Editor writes again. lovely, quite lovely indeed.
issue no.38 :: The Knight of the Thistle
come to dinner with me.
issue no.37 :: In Loving Memory of Richard Instance
issue no.36 :: Manchester Peace Garden
not quite sure how to sum this one up, really. flying armadilloes, maybe?
issue no.35 :: Adonais Unbound
the portrait of quite a young artist. hypothetically. or instructively.
issue no.34 :: Aspirations
we announce the throwing of a very large party.
issue no.33 :: Love Lane
it's almost that time of year again! but then, isn't every day!
issue no.32 :: Please Don't Let Us Talk About It
new campaigns, not necessarily military.
issue no.31 :: Uncharacteristic
we take a long hard look at the so-called 'red planet'..
issue no.30 :: Des Ondit
regarding the new office and temporary centre of operations of sanemagazine.
issue no.29 :: Boil
a scintillating tale that involves nary a disgusting and painful growth anywhere on anyone.
issue no.28 :: Argy Bargy
all quiet on the southern front. honest.
issue no.27 :: On Dining
a lovely picture of the holidays, and holiday loveliness.
issue no.26 :: A Nose Is Never A Nose
we make a plea, a desperate plea, for the institution of naked mondays.
issue no.25 :: Je Propose
on the new plan for a reasonable separation along Johnson's thoughts on the new Realistic Novel.
issue no.24 :: Co. Limerick
why people from limerick are so unsavoury.
issue no.23 :: The Life of an Author
a dock-side adventure, involving boats, of course, and the low countries.
issue no.22 :: Bewitched, Bothered, and Bewildered
the novel sleep(s) on chickens and it's author.
issue no.21 :: Plug
upcoming events and that whole type of thing.
issue no.20 :: Foucault's Watch
where and why have all the flowers gone, with a little thing we call q.i. productions.
issue no.19 :: Oh So Burkeian
the story of an improbably small ficus plant's romantic life.
issue no.18 :: Prolepsis
on the benefits of a walk on an autumn evening, and a note.
issue no.17 :: And Montezuma Said...
an exerpt of a new novel from the author of time: a novel, amongst other things.
issue no.16 :: Bachelor of the Month II!
we present, yet again, the bachelor of the month.
issue no.15 :: The Guide For The Perplexed
the conclusion of the err... story.
issue no.14 :: Some Tart's Plaything
grandparent/aliens/top secret government agents! or not.
issue no.13 :: On Noses
a fitting beginning, to begin yet again, but something else
issue no.12 :: My Dancing
the memories of happy days, and not bad ones
issue no.11 :: Dating Etiquette
wrinkled clothing, nudge nudge, wink wink
issue no.10 :: Sacre Merde!
what do you say to that?
issue no.9 :: On Certainty
we are sitting here, dreaming it is raining.
issue no.8 :: "Free"
time to pay up, now. honest.
issue no.7 :: Ah! Look Out, Here Comes the Moon!
the blockbuster event of the summer.
issue no.6 :: Critique of Judgement
the marrying kind.
issue no.5 :: Emulsification of the Planet
the swearing in speech for writers
issue no.4 :: Paraleipomenon
"hello, i'm hopelessly enamoured"
issue no.3 :: Selling Space
a personal advert
issue no.2 :: Saturnalia
life is good, London allows sanemagazine to return, finally.
issue no.1 :: The Confessions
a walk through Kensington Gardens