Low Light Magazine issue 2

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Low Light Magazine issue 2

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Issue 2 of Low Light Magazine features interviews with the controversial booker-prize winner James Kelman and adventurer and photographer Hazel Simcox. We have a written feature by Michael Curran of London based Tangerine Press plus a round up of fresh and interesting independent publishers and magazines. To top it all off we feature the work of twenty-seven international writers, poets and photographers.

The moving force behind Low Light is to bring to light authentic voices from a wide spectrum of backgrounds and lifestyles. This issue is the most successful in this regard yet. The magazine contains the work of award-winning Nigerian poet, Ernest Ogunyemi, a translated short story from Mexico by Mauricio Montiel Figueiras and even the reflections of Polish ex-con, Kamil Śleszyński, their time in prison. Alongside this is the excellent work of many UK and American based artists.

This issue’s photography/journalism prize goes to Joe Singleton for his photographs of the Scunthorpe Steelworks, an institution currently under threat of closure. The poetry/prose prize goes to Anna Wall for her poem ‘What I Learnt’, a powerful poem, one of our all time favourites.

The magazine is 97 pages of interviews, stories, poems, autobiography and photography. Unique in it’s design, this mag combines the literary & photography worlds and is a true one of a kind.

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