Here is the aim of the magazine, from their website: “We as a magazine aim to explore how individuals experience and articulate loss (whether in their lives or others). We encourage contributors to explore the concept as creatively as they can through various genres: creative non-fiction, fiction, essays and poetry. Loss is all around us, and can manifest itself in many different ways across all genres and styles.”
It’s a wonderful debut collection, and I’m glad I was chosen to be a part of it. The ideas around loss are diverse as the writers, and the effect is a cohesive landscape of writings. Take a read!