Contributors and creators

Designed by Jamie Malcolm and Mark J Winter
A Glastonbury Secret by Francesca Baker
Something Changed by Francesca Baker
A writer and scribbler with a proclivity for wandering and wondering, Francesca likes to create, in whatever form, and can often be found bubbling away under a pile of ideas. Including this one.
Bad Cover Version by Paul Maps
Paul has been doing it for the love since a long time ago. That love is mainly of music, and supports unsigned and up and coming sounds as the brains behind music magazine Joyzine, on the airwaves at Croydon Radio, and his gigs in London and the south east.
Bar Italia by Jo Overfield 
Jo Overfield is a writer, performance poet, podcast presenter and film geek. She runs the arts event Sundown in Southend-on-Sea, and has collaborated with Apples and Snakes, Arts Council England, Writers Centre Norwich, the Arctic Circle, Union Chapel and the Latitude Festival. She writes a large range of literature from poetry to short stories to sketches and has written for BBC Radio 4, TotalDVD magazine, Electric Sheep and more. She is also trying to learn to play the ukelele.
Cold Black Magic by Willie McRae

Willie wrote his first short story at the age of eight, a work of science fiction called ‘The Alien from Yxzfexoshs.’ He took a break from serious writing for a couple of decades to explore the world, grow a moustache, and work a variety of jobs – these have helped support his various addictions which include; making music, playing video games, eating chilli and drinking whisky.

Common People by Daphne Kapsali
When she’s done being a recluse on remote islands, Daphne will be moving back to London, where she plans to carry on writing and take over the world with her crazy genius boyfriend.
Common People by Rosie Kaloki
Feeling Called Love by Rosie Kaloki
Rosie creates – words, paintings, jewellery and videos. She is cutting her teeth right now. Beautifully.
Feeling Called Love by Jamie Malcolm
Jamie Malcolm likes to cram as much spare time as possible into various projects that have encompassed writing, art, photography, podcasting, events, video editing and plenty more odd bits along the way.
Heavy Weather by Nataliia Gaidarenko
Help The Aged by Annie
Annie lives in Haringey, writes, crochets and dreams of running away to sea.
I Spy by Dan Coxon
I Never Said I Was Deep by Karina Frik
Leftovers by Karina Frik
London based. Poetry, Arts, Music, Words, Creativity.
Live Bed Show by James Holden
James Holden has had his short stories published by Silver Apples Magazine and On The Premises and performed by Liars League. He lives in a retirement village despite only being in his thirties.
Something Changed by Momoko Abe
Momoko Abe is a London based illustrator from Japan. He studied MA digital film making in London as I’ve always had an interest in visual storytelling, originally working as a video editor in Soho, and now pursuing his interest in illustration – his first true love. Having completed illustration courses at Central Saint Martins in 2014 and 2015 he is currently developing his first picture book.
The Identity Parade by Aimi Hope
Aimi has been writing for around 10 years, creating poetry, short stories and film reviews exploring themes of death, fear, love, violence and youth. She is heavily inspired by cinema and recently attempted to co-write a short film script and is working on getting more involved with the inspiring slam poetry scene and networking in the writing community London has to offer. She graduated with a degree in Creative Writing at the University of Westminster in 2013 and her goal for this year is to have some material published or at least shared with a wider audience of professionals.
This Is Hardcore by Tom Leins
Tom Leins is a disgraced ex-film critic from Paignton, UK. His short stories have been published by the likes of Akashic Books, Shotgun Honey, Spelk Fiction and Near to the Knuckle. He is currently working on his first novel: Thirsty & Miserable.
Wickerman & Duck Diving by Robin Giesing
Robin grew up round the corner from Stanhope Road. Now he lives near London and bemoans the lack of Henderson’s Relish and gravy on an almost daily basis.