Litmus: the haematological issue has landed.
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Litmus Magazine: the haematological issue
Breaking News:We are open to work on your arteries, veins, platelets, types, conditions, the connection of this and these between life and death, the beauty and/or the horror, fascination or phobia of all things blood related. All possibilities in relation to this welcome. Please, no leeches.
We are thrilled to announce that the next issue of Litmus magazine will be guest edited by Sarah Crewe (poetry editor) and David Rees (contributing art editor). Elinor Cleghorn will continue as prose editor for this issue.
The theme of this issue will be haematology and submissions will be open between March 1st-April 15th. Submissions are now closed.
Litmus: the neurological issue magazine launch
We’d like to welcome you to join us to celebrate the launch of the neurological issue with readings from Lucy Sheerman, Peter Hughes, Verity Spott, Amy Cutler, David Caddy, James Wilkes, Markie Monkey-Orchid Burnhope and Nancy Gaffield. The issue will be on sale for the lower price of £5 and the entry fee is £3!
WHEN: Wednesday 26th November 2014 from 7:30pm
WHERE: Mascara Bar, Stamford Hill, London N16 6XS
Flash Fiction - Richard Price
Earlier this year, we asked for submissions for a Flash Fiction Pamphlet on the theme of Electromagnetism. Thank you to those who sent in submissions. Unfortunately we didn’t receive enough to meet our criteria to produce a pamphlet, but we'd like to share our favourite piece “ Cryptochromes” by Richard Price.
Richard Priceis a writer whose most recent works include Small Island, winner of the Scottish Poetry Book of the Year Award, and the novel The Island, about a father and daughter who steal a car together. His website is
Past Event – the forensic issueDear friends, thank you for joining us on Wednesday 23rd April 2014, 7.30pm upstairs at the Betsey Trotwood Pub, Clerkenwell, London, to celebrate the launch of our first Litmus magazine – the forensic issue. We enjoyed readings from Sophie Mayer, Simon Smith, Jeff Hilson, Tim Atkins, Charlotte Newman, Juha Virtanen, Nick Murray, Eleanor Perry, Natalie Bradbeer, Nat Raha, Aidan Semmens, Ashley French, Mendoza and David Rees.
The forensic issue is now available in our shop and you can see the launch gallery here
Past Event – sequences and pathogensSee photos of the launch of our interdisciplinary collaborative project sequences and pathogens on October 10th at Keats House.
sequences and pathogens is now available in our shop and you can see the launch gallery here
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