Welcome to issue 14. Sorry once again for the delay, but here we are in 2009. The big news is that this will be the last traditional issue of Serendipity. In a month's time we will be publishing a 'best of' edition, and after which, that'll be that. We hope you've enjoyed the work we've brought you over the last 18 months or so. I'd just like to take this opportunity to thank, along with the story authors that have contributed to the zine, the kind assistance of Katy Wimhurst, Jenni Fagan, Tamara-Kaye Sellman, David Hebblethwaite, Rebecca Davies and above all of course, Ben, without whom this thing would never have got off the ground.Anyway, best wishes for a great New Year, and thanks for your ongoing support, or, if you're new to the site, don't worry—there are another 13 back issues available completely free of charge.If you want to keep up with any of my other projects, news is posted intermittently at http://veggiebox.blogspot.com

Be good, Neil.

Table of Contents
The Wind Singing in the Wires by Simon Kewin Gail Anderson-Dargatz interview by Katy Wimhurst
The Church Steeple by Barry Pomeroy Book review by Tamara Kaye Sellman
Cafe Amnesia by Srinjay Chakravarti
The Death of Christoph Detlev Brigge of Ulsgard by Rainer Maria Rilke
Cats and Bags by JS Watts

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