For our December issue there's less talk and more action. We've got six stories as opposed to our usual five, with just the one piece of non-fiction: the second of our pieces reflecting on magical realism in film, this time with Yasmin Huda concentrating on why foreign language film appears so successful at it in contrast to films in English. As ever, we hope you continue to enjoy Serendipity. We'd also like to extend our best wishes for the festive season.

Table of Contents
The Snow Globe by Jeff Haas Lost in Translation? by Yasmin Huda
Circe Magic realism defies genres by Neil Ayres
The Gift of the Magi by O. Henry
The Attempted Honour Killings of Salam and Baseema by Mark Charan Newton
The White Fox by Jonathan Attrill

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