Sophia Bharmal is an architecture graduate based in London whose artwork focuses on a fragmentation and fantastical view of cities in India. Using memories as a powerful tool to recreate spaces in her own form.
Keith Langston writes for Screen Rant and Passport Magazine. His literary writing has appeared in Hobart, 86 Logic, The Daily Drunk, and more.
Creative non-fiction (CNF) refers to a piece of writing that uses typical literary styles or techniques (such as figurative language, playing with tenses and/or narrative perspectives etc.) to tell factually faithful narratives.
Xuan Nguyen is a writer and artist who does music as FEYXUAN. They have two chapbooks, THE FAIRIES SING EACH TO EACH (Flower) and LUNG, CROWN, AND STAR (Lazy Adventurer).
Griffin Plaag is a writer, musician, historian, and baseball enthusiast living in Roanoke, Virginia (though he’s a New Englander at heart), where he’s pursuing an MFA at Hollins University.
Rick Bailey’s latest collection of essays utilises personal anecdotes to weave together a myriad of themes and subjects. Life writing at its finest, this is a warm, funny and relatable read, perfect for the part-time foodie amongst us. As the title suggests, Bailey naturally spends a fair bit of time…