POETRY: Yugo in toad form by Daniel Jones

Daniel Jones is a writer. You can see more of his poetry in Issue 1 of Lumin Journal. The weight of the sky being flat around the middle, pulled in on itself, a gamble against clouds discoloured sounds circled by silvered  flocks  miming the effect of flight an equation figured out in the silhouette of a [...]

ARTIST CALL FOR CREATING NEW PUBLICATION

We are looking to put out a pamphlet with an writer/s or artist/s. Send us your writing, artwork or ideas in any medium, with any ideas you may already have for exploration or presentation. How can we break down the barriers that separate us? We are particularly looking for tracts of political/aesthetic/spiritual/transformative prose/poetry/art of any [...]

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: LUMIN JOURNAL 2

Send us your visionary art, freely expressed poetry, literature, music, plays, sound pieces, experimental and lucid essay/critical/academic work, reviews, arts journalism, contemporary non-genre restricted unique creations for our second print issue. We’re particularly interested in work that is in dialogue with or comes from spirituality, non-western thought, modernist, post-modernist & metamodernist modes of expression, and [...]

POETRY: The Ancestors & Lovers by Laszlo Aranyi (Frater Azmon)

Laszlo Aranyi (Frater Azmon) poet, anarchist, occultist from Hungary. Earlier books: (szellem)válaszok – ghost answers (1990), A Nap és Holderők egyensúlya - Balance between the forces of the Sun and the Moon (2011), Kiterített rókabőr - Fox's skin, vomit (2017). Known spiritualist medium, explores the relationship between magic and art. The Ancestors (Translated by Johanna [...]

ART: Sirens by Seren Sanclêr

Seren Sanclêr* is a Fictive Digi Artist. Her work explores the construction of contemporary storytelling, simultaneously mirroring and dismantling a post truth world. Sanclêr was born in Pembrokeshire, Wales in 1976 and raised by artist parents who dropped out in the sixties and relocated to the island of Ibiza during the late seventies. Her alternative [...]