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We've got a last minute call for art, writing and critical pieces for our first upcoming print magazine. If you're a Wales or Bristol based artist/writer then check out our submissions page on our website for the kind of things we're looking for. Our deadline is the 7th of January but if you miss the … Continue reading CALL FOR PRINT SUBMISSIONS
I met [Lumin editor] Beau at a meditation at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles. I was there with my fifth migrating stone - which is part of a project called The Migration Habits of Stones where I take stones around the world with a line of poetry carved into them. I've written a few books too. My … Continue reading POETRY: Walking into View and Black Dog Days by Alyson Hallett
Tomos Morris is a graduate from Bath Spa University with a BA in History and English Literature. He has taken a year out from further study and currently lives in Cardiff to pursue writing aspirations. His current interests are ideas on abstraction, minimalism, and empty space. This piece is the result of my exploration in … Continue reading ART: Étude by Tomos Morris
Beau William Beakhouse is a writer currently residing in Cardiff. Having dropped out of university in response to its systemic, limited way of teaching the arts, he now co-edits Lumin and intends to start his own creative space. He is particularly interested in metaphysics, spirituality, mystery and art, and has been published in Tŷ Celf, Quench Magazine … Continue reading POETRY: Amethyst by Beau William Beakhouse
Jacob Mackenzie is a Cardiff based writer and graduate of Cardiff University, who hopes to continue penning poems about life, death, and everything inbetween. There’s an Ikea chair facing the window, staring gently at the world without sun. It wakes up in greys and falls asleep in dark, painfully aware of clichés. It hit me … Continue reading POETRY: Four Walls And A Window by Jacob Mackenzie
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vBpoZBhvBa4 This is Ginsberg’s appearance on William F. Buckley Jr’s debate programme ‘Firing Line’. And there is a warning here about wrapping yourself in rational debate, as I am about to do. Ginsberg comes onto a programme to try to spread his message about state violence, media, hypocrisy and human freedom, and the kind of … Continue reading Open or Closed? Allen Ginsberg and William F. Buckley Jr.