A new issue of Smoke, ladies and gentlemen. Always cause for celebration. The occasional compendium of short stories, non-fiction, photography and general London adoration is a necessary purchase. 52 pages of solid literature are lightened with the frequent and hilarious intrusions of editor Matt Haynes who writes the bits 'no one else seems inclined to own up to'. Bits such as 'New Buildings That Look Inexplicably Like Anteaters' and 'Pigeons in Puddles'. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll laugh again, and then you'll stop watching Family Guy and go out to buy Smoke number 14, available now from some good bookshops (often, but not always, next to the till or in the photography section, and sometimes on the hobbies & interests shelf). If you're scared of good bookshops, or only know of bad bookshops, you can order online.