Issue 6 is live

A new year brings with it a new edition of all the sins and as always we have been overwhelmed by the response from all our artists. For our latest call, we asked you to explore the theme of ‘burial’ in its broadest sense and you certainly delivered: from Candice Horde’s beautiful villanelle God’s Gift; Thalia, which made us think about what is buried in our DNA, to the surprise ending in Cara Fox’s wonderfully gothic The Price of Blood.

We were also delighted to see such a broad range of artwork come in this issue. We think you’ll agree Barney Ogolla’s East African Girl is a stunning piece – as soon as we saw it we knew it had to be our cover art. And we urge everyone to have a listen to Aisha Ahmad’s atmospheric audio poem The Void.

We hope you enjoy our latest issue and are inspired to look for the hidden and buried in your own life and work.

Below, you’ll find a list of our included artists so you can explore this issue in any way that you choose. Alternatively, you can click the ‘Try this’ button at the bottom of each page to follow the path we’ve designed through the art. We recommend you start with Candice Horde’s God’s Gift; Thalia.


Lisa & Sinéad


Violet Embraced Blooms – Maryamm Abdullah
The Void – Aisha Ahmad
Pirate – Faye Boland
Northern Skyline – Yuan Changming
I Let the Horse Live – Holly Day
The Price of Blood – Cara Fox
Week One of Our Asserted Future, Annotated – Joseph Goosey
When a Faggot Speaks up in Church – Andrew Hahn
And Then There Was Man and Woman – Candice Horde
God’s Gift: Thalia – Candice Horde
Coup d’Etat – NJ Hynes
The Great Library – Paul Ilechko
Another Alien Invasion – Jonathan Kravetz
Garbagekammer- Spencer Merolla
Tirma Girl – Barney Ogolla
It’s Not the First Time I’ve Seen Him – Gail Owen
Western Flyer – Forest Wilson

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