The Broken Spine Artist Collective: Third Edition (Digital)

£3.99

Released in spring 2021, The Broken Spine Artist Collective: Third Edition is now available to order in a digitqal format.

Featuring submitted and curated poetry, photography and artwork.

The Broken Spine Artist Collective: Third Edition is now available for digital download. Inclusive of poetry, photography, art. The collection is led by a poem from BAFTA winning co-creator of The Royle Family, Henry Normal, and features work from Morag Anderson, Tallulah Hpwarth, and Eli Horan among others. The Broken Spine Artist Collective: Third Edition was born in Southport, United Kingdom, and is an all-inclusive, open-minded journal looking to discover and promote ALL voices from ALL backgrounds.

NOTE: This is the digital edition in PDF format, no physical copy will be dispatched.

 

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The Broken Spine Artist Collective: Third Edition is now available for pre-order. This edition marks the first publication where we have expanded the editorial team, bringing in the esteemed Kate Evans has been a delight and we have very much enjoyed working with her, presenting her with quality submissions and improving our own editing through her teaching.

Inclusive of poetry and photography created against a backdrop of the COVID-19 pandemic, and worldwide political unrest, The Broken Spine Artist Collective: Third Edition was born in Southport, United Kingdom. It is, as always, an all-inclusive, open-minded journal looking to discover and promote ALL voices from ALL backgrounds.

Featuring local, national and international artists, the third edition of this acclaimed journal, which was co-founded by former school friends Paul Robert Mullen and Alan Parry, features contributions from new and established artists from the world over.

The issue includes work by Liam Hayes, Marcelle Newbold, Matthew Duggan, Sarah Marquez, Eli Horan, Jenny Mitchell and others. Youth poet Tallulah Howarth is featured alongside Jay Rafferty and Morag Anderson. The cover art is the work of Stuart Buck, who also designed the brilliant cover for Alan Parry’s chapbook, Neon Ghosts.

 

NOTE: This is the digital edition in PDF format, no physical copy will be dispatched.