Since February we’ve published over 50 different pieces of writing from almost as many writers. This, for the otiose and generally supine people responsible for the site, is nothing short of Herculean. We want to thank everyone who’s contributed their work and we look forward to collaborating with you again soon. Speaking of the future, however, we’ve decided to put the site on hiatus until August. This short break will give us time, not to return to our desultory ways, but to focus on LIMBO I which will be launched later this summer. Jenny Browne’s latest poem, “after our talk in bed, 3rd of April 2012”, will be the last thing we publish for a while, which is a turn of events that indulges one particular editor’s crippling personal obsession with symmetry: Jenny was one of the first poets to work with us. In the meantime though we urge you to read Josh White’s excellent article, “Television is Written by the Winners”, which actually led to someone (who will remain nameless) kicking their TV to death over the Jubilee weekend. Revolution may well be in the air after all, though of course we take no responsibility or blame for it. We were also really impressed with debut Limbo contributors, C.J. Underwood and Catherine Madden, whose delicate poems of brevity and precision will feature in our print edition.