Issue 6: Caesura


Caesura is Latin for ‘cutting’, and describes pauses and breaks in poetry; gaps in the flow of things that interrupt or give time for breath. In this issue we linger with feelings of in-betweenness, stoppage and aftermath–carving out moments outside of productivity: in looking, limbo, boredom and reverie.
We kill time or compress it, through interstices of windows, eyes, lenses. We seek out sites of stoppage for their radical potential.

Featuring work by Charlotte Bell, James Epps, Lucy Rose Cunningham, Fiona Glen, Laura Haynes, Grace Higgins Brown, Theo Hynan-Ratcliffe, Lina v. Jaruntowski, Lucille Ling, Sarah Long, Marta Lopes Santos, Rochelle Roberts, Helmut Smits, Samuel Stair, Ailsa Sutcliffe, Lucy Swan, Kate Timney, Haydée Touitou & Ioulitta Triantafyllou.

Edited and designed by Kate Timney.

Paperback, 202pp.