T. S. Priest is an American-born writer and visual artist living in Canada with her family. She studied Romance Languages, Linguistics, and Creative Writing at New York University. Her poems explore the dark recesses of imagination and darker recesses of reality, often through imagined conversations and unorthodox forms. Instagram: @agirlcalledthomas Issue III will be released … Continue reading Issue III: South Slope / T. S. Priest
A cruel father's daughter, you gained the right to supervise every sacrifice; the leading woman in the household of the Gods, but not a housewife. A mighty brother's sister, you claimed the right to preside over your life; your royal suitors were denied your hand, your heart, your soul. Instead, you gave your sacred self … Continue reading Issue III: The Original Feminist / Ellie Morfou
Featuring 54 fantastic creators and writers, Issue III: hestia (hearth & home) will be released on Saturday, 25th September. The issue will be free to download digitally with the option to donate/pay what you feel, if you wish.
We are excited to announce Issue III: hestia (hearth & home) will feature an interview with Rebecca Rijsdijk. Rebecca Rijsdijk (1984) is a poet and a carer based in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. Rebecca is the author of several poetry collections. She started writing stories when she was just a little girl as a way to … Continue reading Issue III: interview
Issue III: hestia (hearth & home) will be released late September.
It is my pleasure to share the contributors of Issue III: hestia (hearth & home). The issue, due to be released in late September, will feature poetry, prose, photography & artwork by the following creators: Ken Anderson Jaya Avendel Jude Ballard Enrico Barigazzi Corinna Board Constance Bourg Karan Chambers Emma Conally-Barklem Rachel Dickens Caitlan Docherty … Continue reading Issue III contributors
Thank you to everyone who has submitted work, I am incredibly excited to put this issue together. All submissions have been acknowledged and you will be told about the status of your submission within the next week.
Any submissions received after Friday 20th August will not be considered. We are accepting poetry, prose, creative non-fiction, visual poetry, artwork & photography. Our submission guidelines are here.