2016 was a sh*t year for many reasons. But one brilliantly shining light was the lainch of the new Woolf Zine. Editor Séan Richardson is a first year PhD student at Nottingham Trent University, working on queer writers and Modernism, and he runs the Modernist Podcast. His love for Virginia Woolf led to the desireContinue reading “Ramblings, responses and ruminations with the founder of the new Woolf Zine”
Check out the first issue of WOOLF ZINE – ramblings, responses and ruminations on Virginia Woolf – and flick to my submission.
A soaring pop tune, with bounding pulses, Keep Me Alive, is like a walk on an dark path, the brightness at the end teasing with twinkling stars splattered on the blackness. A solid rhythm section under chiming vocals and skittish melodies blends before building up to a persuasive R’n’B flecked psychedelic swirling apex. The single will beContinue reading “All We Are – Keep Me Alive”
Magazines tend to be filled with words, but they say that a picture speaks a thousand of them. 98 Wounds is a magazine which embraces that, focusing upon music photography rather than reviews and articles. The first issue was produced in March 2013, but the real story goes back earlier than this. A photographer by tradeContinue reading “An interview with….98 Wounds”
I went to the pub, met some random people from the London ‘Zine and Self Publishing Group, ate some chicken, drank some wine, and made a collaborative ‘zine – in under 2 hours! Poet Sarah Dawson has written all about the evening on her blog.