Issue 1 index

Meet the Editors & Designers


Rhys Shanahan

Rice Paper
Damon Young

Hopkins & Hallam
Note from Naomi Lebens

Before I go I have to say...
Kate Pursglove

Some Other Where
Steven Matthews

Weekend Poems: Breakfast
Eleanor Burleigh

Aged 7
Jean Watkins

Childhood & Plastic People
Zeng Chen

Street Scene
Peter Robinson

A Martian Writes
Michael Hutchinson

The Tarot Reading of The Fool

Stop Making Sense & Bla bla bla
Jenna Fox

Fringe Festival
Claire Dyer

When you have hope of life returning, this
Kate Noakes

Broadwood 7362
Gill Learner

A Drop in the Ocean
Lindsey Jones

Pitch of Ghosts
Vic Pickup

23rd February 2021
Kitty Hawkins

The Sofa
Tara Bermingham

Trophies on a Windowsill? & Still (monetizing) Life
Laura Rozamunda

Good to know perhaps, but nothing to be done
Kate Noakes

Heading Out
Michael Anania

The Threshold
David Brauner

Hannah Lily

Park Recollection
Liam Anslow-Sucevic

Rhianna Bryon

Ephemerality of the World
Salma Haque

The August Elvis Died
Gill Learner

Michael Anania

Hit Me Gently
Daisy Dickens

Trophies on a Windowsill? & Still (monetizing) Life

Laura is in her final year of an Art and English Literature degree at University of Reading. She tries her hand at writing poetry, and create a combination of realist and impressionist oil paintings and sculptures – that is, when she’s not reading for English, or dancing with the Ballroom and Latin society!

Image credits:
1. Laura Rozamunda, Trophies on a windowsill?, Oil on canvas, 59.4 x 84.1 cm. © Laura Rozamunda, 2019

2. Laura Rozamunda, Still (monetizing) Life, Oil on cardboard, 102 x 70 cm. © Laura Rozamunda, 2021 – The use of the box was a nod to the industry which has best survived lockdowns, which is delivery services. The box is a symbol in today's society of commercialism. The balloons depict the subjects 21st birthday, which arrived in the box used for the painting. The subject spent his birthday in lockdown, working towards a deadline, like many students this year.

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