The theme for December is:

Decadence

 
Inspiration

Letter From The Editor: October

One sure indicator that we’ve once again arrived in October, and the unnatural Season of the Witch, is that our local coffee stores have started to scrawl ‘Pumpkin Spice Lattes’ on their chalkboards in a large variety of charming handwritten fonts. Similarly to the joys of Christmas, some of us…

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Prose and Poetry

Poesia Mundi by Marcus Artis Maldeviolano

And after all that everybeing We-all kissed And be-came the same Inside this cosmic augmentation Of frantic extraculation Of conjectular de-excalation We         rhythmic textures intersextually intertwined With      one another in cosmogonic rapture That In theogonic synthesis confines and Envelopes an everything in a totality                    That Was(1) still FOREVER IN MOTION…

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Inspiration

Letter From The Editor: September

The summer is slowly drawing to a close and suddenly we’re all faced with the looming transition back to our academic lives. For some of us, that means readjusting to the way of life we’ve had too many (and not enough) weeks away from. For some, with September comes the…

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Art and Photography, Inspiration

Art: Controversy Through the Centuries

Artists have been turning heads for centuries; from portraying images of religious, or rather sacrilegious connotations, to perceived pornographic content, to the way that art can stand in open defiance against the socio-political norms of the time. Yet, when we think of controversial art our minds wander to the likes…

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Inspiration

Defending the Social Media Addict by Joe McLean

We are the millennials. Born within the last twenty-five years, we are known to be the most avid users of technology with most of us, if not all, on the biggest social media platforms. You’ve got Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Snapchat, Tumblr etc. all of which I have an account on,…

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Inspiration

Letter From the Editor: August

From 2001: A Space Odyssey (Kubrick 1968) to I, Robot (Asmiov 1950), to Her (Jonze 2015); the past fifty years have seen us develop an ever-increasing curiosity for science-ficton literature, films, and art that focuses on the developments of technology and the role of artificial intelligence in our society. Perhaps this…

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Prose and Poetry

Dream by Charlotte Moody

Inhale the haze, the clarity and inclarity of seamless days and deeply filled nights thoughts about forts to keep away the monsters, about spaces to play and all the things you’ll never say. Family and foes confusing you from nose to toes as if you’re the centre of everything and…

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Prose and Poetry

Forevermore by Farhana Kabir

Something is. Something is In this mind of Dark and Light, A hollow plain. Empty. Devoid. A casket of tears, not enough to fill A hollow plain, lost of light No way out, lost, lost, lost. Hollow, hollow, hollow The dark abyss of night, Hollow, hollow, hollow The shattered looking…

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