We go walking with Issue 1 contributor Lucy Furlong to find out more about the art of psychogeography and the role it plays in her poetry.
Our guest essayist Margaret Winikates shares her tips on looking for artistic inspiration in museums.
For the Issue 3 theme, museum educator and advocate Margaret Winikates explores the inspiration to be found in museums for all types of artists.
Get a look inside the editing process of our movement inspired issue.
From immersive theatre and installation art to fiction and poetry, Issue 2 is finally here!
America’s new president-elect thinks theatre should be a safe place. With a name like ours, we weren’t going to take that lying down.
In our second submissions call we’re looking at movement in art, and to get us started, professional Step dancer Janille Hill talks about self-expression, Paris fashion shows and feeling the flow.
Explore the ‘breathing poem’ we created with participants in our National Poetry Day event.
It’s here! Our very first edition is now available and brimming with exciting art that sins in all the right ways.
A round-up of our first call for submissions. Who submitted, what we saw and how we made the tough decisions.
We are delighted to let you all know that the all-digital all the sins is daring to tread into the real world. We have been invited by poet Lucy Furlong to participate in her wonderful event in conjunction with Seething Writers and the Museum of Futures, Say It With A Poem National Poetry Day 2016,…
The late Gene Wilder starred in some of the comedy greats of the 1970s and 80s, but, for Lisa, he will always be Willy Wonka.