Mickey Noonan

Mickey Noonan

Aged five, Mickey Noonan shoved an apple pip up her nose to see what happened. Older, wiser but sadly without a nose-tree, Standard Issue's editor remains curious about the world. Likes running, jumping and static trapeze.


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Short story: Gerbil

To celebrate National Storytelling Week, Standard Issue is running a short story each day. No pets were hurt in the writing of editor Mickey Noonan’s little tale, which she hand-on-heart promises isn't autobiographical.
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Rated or dated: The Rutshire Chronicles

Standard Issue writers revisit an album/film/book/TV series to see if it’s stood the test of time. This week, Mickey Noonan gets passionate about The Rutshire Chronicles.
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Editor’s letter – Welcome!

Welcome to Standard Issue. Come on in.
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Sleeping With The Light On

Everyone’s got a favourite horror, even Standard Issue. Here, three of our contributors tell us theirs. Be afraid, be very afraid.
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Interview: An LP For The Digital Era

Unflinching and sharp, relevant and radical, British writer Laurie Penny has become a pin-up for fourth-wave feminism. Her fifth book, Unspeakable Things: Sex, Lies And Revolution, is a powerful call to arms.