Aaaaand we’re back in the new academic year (and with new editors) for a new round of submissions ready for edition 18!Submissions are open up until Wednesday 23rd November!☔︎︎You can send anything under the following subsections to our email email@example.com:▸ poetry – up to 70 lines, and we accept multiple submissions! any concrete poems (objects composed of words) should be sent in 12pt Garamond where … Continue reading Submissions Open!
Lollipop, candy, gold, a quick sugar rush, The strands of our hair to be properly brushed Cover, conceal, hide behind our culture and ‘tahzeeb’,Shy, pretty, attractive but also not easy to concede And yet not too confident to be able to breach,The kind of vibe they approve of has to not have ‘excess’ self esteem These rules and traditions that you set in your little cobblestone,Premeditated … Continue reading Cream in your evening chai
Michelle Sijia Ma is a visual artist from Shanghai, China, and is based in Massachusetts, US. Michelle has worked to develop image-based projects and used the language of photography to explore the complexity of today’s Chinese identity more subtly. Her photography has been included in publications such as the American Photography Annual Award Book, F-Stop Magazine, Burn Magazine, and others. In her project A Hundred … Continue reading “A Hundred Stories” captured with a flash with Michelle Sijia Ma
Hope everyone is settling into the new year comfortably! We’re back with exciting writing and art. To kick this edition off, we interviewed Michelle Ma, a photographer based in Massachusetts, United States. Her project “A Hundred Stories” is a worthwhile read and readily available on her website!
Once again, we are seeing and hearing from artists across the globe, and it is our greatest pleasure to bring their voices to you here. We hope, as always, that our contributors blow you away with their art and writing. Continue reading Edition 16
Our first edition of the term has finally arrived! Continue reading Edition 15
Cynthia Miller is a Warwick Graduate whose poems have been published in several magazines and journals, and who published Honorifics, her first collection of poetry, this year. It was met with outstanding success — it was awarded an Eric Gregory and is shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Best First Collection. She also co-founded the Verve Poetry Festival in Birmingham, and works with the connected publishing house Verve Poetry Press Continue reading An Interview with Cynthia Miller
Edition 13: Welcoming the new term with a Celebration of Poetry Continue reading Edition 13
By Libby Hart Continue reading Caladenia Macca