OK, I'm steadily catching up.
We're on to Issue 78 of Hub, only five issues behind now. The story is Gravestones by Mari Ness and it's a real treat. I'm really interested in structure and the impact it has on a story. The same tale structured in different ways can be so different. I like to see something new. Gravestones is a short, anecdotal story, given a lift by a staccato structure. The graveyard is given a discordant, creepy feel in a deft manner and the ending was hilarious. I laughed out loud.
I'll be looking out for more of Mari Ness's work.