Author Spotlight: Angie Spoto

Angie Spoto is an American writer living in Edinburgh, Scotland. She loves magic, the sea, and a particular statuette of the Virgin Mary she bought at a flea market in Amsterdam. Her piece, ‘Manifold’, can be found in EPOCH Issue 01: Beginnings, available to purchase here. Where do you find…

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Author Spotlight: Joe Fenn

Joe Fenn has reviewed and critiqued for The Double Negative, Manchester Literature Festival, and the Portico Library, and is pursuing his MA in creative nonfiction with the Manchester Writing School. His piece, ‘Notes by a Quitter’ can be found in EPOCH Issue 01: Beginnings, available to purchase here. Where do…

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Artist Spotlight: Riccardo Matlakas

Matlakas obtained a degree in Sculpture at the University of Fine Arts in Naples and an MA in Social Sculpture at Oxford Brookes University. He has shown his work internationally. His piece ‘Melting Borders’, taken in Imjack, Dmz area, Korea, 2018, can be found in EPOCH Issue 01: Beginnings, available…

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The Year that Stood Still: Instagram’s …

In the first coronavirus lockdown of 2020, we became obsessed with washing our hands, sanitising our groceries, and arranging each and every individual petal in a stunning swell of blooming flowers into still life photographs, dabbing on dewy jewels of water with an eyedropper and balancing taxidermied insects precariously on…

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Author Spotlight: Dee Richards

Dee Richards is a bold feminist and award-winning essayist, new to publication. Dee studies English and Gender/Sexuality in Southern California, deriving inspiration from her/their experiences as a survivor. Her piece “The Static” (the title and focus of the work was inspired by John Cheever’s “The Enormous Radio”) can be found…

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REFUWEEGEE X EPOCH PRESS

We are proud to proclaim that for Issue 02: Aftermath, Epoch will be collaborating with the Glasgow-based initiative Refuweegee!  Since their conception in 2015, Refuweegee has endeavoured to extend a warm welcome to all refugees arriving in Scotland, endorsing the aphorism ‘We’re all fae somewhere’. As a result of the…

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