“In our village, folks say God crumbles up the old moon into stars.” —Alexander Solzhenitsyn One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich – first published in first published in November […]
“Then, with an unbearable sweetness, the waters of the night began to fill her…”
Take an impossible and unbearable reality and pass it through the looking glass… of some medium. Silkscreen it and make it new. Not showing everybody that I’m important, it’s not about […]
“I only like to eat what has a clear and intelligible form. If I hate that detestable degrading vegetable called spinach it is because it is shapeless, like Liberty.” A quote, from within this monstrosity of a cookbook – a shining golden feast for all the body and those certain dark corners of the mind that Dali does so well at accessing.
JM Penny #Art presents Confingo’s first guest exhibition this weekend to launch Confingo 2! An intimate affair. A two day collaboration of creative disciplines, showcasing photographers & artists, with an […]
Mid-morning inspiration, starting at the beginning. The first poem in the first Confingo by Justine Chamberlain When I ran with the wind it was silent until I ran too far and […]
Confingo 2 Featuring fiction by Hayley Jones, Andrew Hook, Helen Anderson, Benjamin Schachtman, Anna Chieppa, Craig Ballinger, Richard Foreman, Adrian Slatcher; poetry by Ben Parker, Changming Yuan, Vanessa Gebbie, Ludmila […]
Stories by John Saul, Matt Harris, Simon EC Blatchley, Daniel Carpenter, Rob Walton. Poems by Justine Chamberlain, Elisabeth Sennitt Clough, Andrew Taylor. Also featuring photography by Zoë McLean. Details of […]