The idea of The Squall is to help out freelance writers during the Covid-19 crisis. For it to survive and thrive, we are asking readers to pay what they can and we suggest a minimum donation of £3. You can pay into The Squall's bank account (sort code 40-05-17 and account number 71515942) or via PayPal at paypal.me/thesquall. Thank you in advance for helping out.
Once again, thanks for all the love and support shown towards Issue Two. Issue Three, on 'Sliding Doors', is on its way in just a week and a half and Issue Four, themed 'Red', has just been commissioned.
The theme for Issue Five is 'Ground' – to be interpreted as loosely or imaginatively as possible. You've until July 12 to submit pitches to firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get in touch with you on July 13. Please send pitches, NOT completed articles.
If your pitch does not make it into an issue of The Squall, fear not, as it may be we can use some further down the line in The Blizzard.
Thanks to all of you – freelancers and generous contributors alike – for getting The Squall off the ground. To learn more about the birth of The Squall, click here.
We are very grateful to all of the people who have waived fees and donated to The Squall since we announced the project. Special thanks go to: Nick Ames, Philippe Auclair, John Brewin, James Corbett, Martin da Cruz, Miguel Delaney, Andrew Downie, Ken Early, Emmet Gates, John Harding, Simon Hart, Gary Hartley, Frank Heinen, Neil Jensen, Samindra Kunti, Simon Mills, James Montague, David Owen, MM Owen, Simone Pierotti, Jack Pitt-Brooke, Callum Rice-Coates, Philip Ross, Paul Simpson, Jon Spurling, Seb Stafford-Bloor, Ed Sugden, Jonathan Wilson and Suzy Wrack. And huge thanks to Getty Images, for use of the photos.