Welcome to this second journal issue for 2014.

The diverse pieces in this issue are from Canada, USA, New Zealand, Scotland, Palestine and Bostwana.

These include practice-based papers considering narrative responses to torture/trauma and brief narrative therapy approaches within walk-in clinics; and three interviews with researchers whose work, we believe, offers a great deal to narrative practitioners.

The field of narrative practice continues to diversify. David Epston’s column in this journal has been created to invite practitioners to share examples of local practice innovations. Perhaps, after you have read them, you will be tempted to write your own contribution to this column. We hope so!

Warm regards,

Cheryl White