Author: Editor

Josep Almudever Chanza

Josep’s intimate and engaging interview with Eye Flash is an authentic reflection of his poetry. Living in Edinburgh after being born and raised in Spain, Josep’s constant evolution of rhyme and word keeps his readers on their toes- including us. We are delighted to have Josep’s poem ‘Polyphemus’ in issue three for you to read. Find out more about him below.

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Claire Westwood

Claire Westwood is the talented artist and illustrator gracing the front cover of issue three of Eye Flash, and we can’t wait to share her colourful and ethereal designs with you. Listing Viginia Woolf and Christmas alongside other influences, Claire’s quirky artwork fits right in with our Eye Flash family of talented poets and artists.

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New Guest editor announced for issue three

We are delighted to have the incredible Laura Potts guest edit issue three of Eye Flash Poetry, due out Autumn 2018. Laura has had an amazing few years, being recognised for her poetry in countless publications, winning awards and writing for BBC Radio, only in her early twenties Laura is one to watch!

Laura is delighted to be involved with Eye Flash, and can’t wait to read all of your submissions for issue three. You can read more about Laura on our interview page.

 

Carrie Schmitt

Carrie has overcome extraordinary challenges in her path to becoming the  artist she is today. Her work is vibrant, fluid and full of energy- just what we need for the cover of issue two! Find out more about Carrie below.

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Anna Saunders

We are lucky enough to have Anna Saunders guest edit our issue two, due out next Spring. Anna is the CEO and founder of Cheltenham Poetry Fetival.  She has been described as ‘a poet who surely can do anything’ by The North  and ‘a poet of quite remarkable gifts’ by Bernard O’Donoghue. 

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Kitty Cooper

Kitty Cooper’s painting ‘Girl in the water’ is gracing the cover of our first journal. Her bold surrealist style draws you into a world you wish to be a part of, and we couldn’t be happier to have her on board with us at Eye Flash.

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Laura Potts

When Laura said she would be happy to do an interview with Eye Flash, we did a little dance around the kettle for joy. And ate a few extra jammy dodgers with our cuppa. It’s not hard to see why- Laura is a remarkable young poet with a distinctive voice, burning a trail with her words and success.

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News

Eye Flash is in its primordial soup stage, waiting for that orphic mix of creativity and energy to zap it into life. You can help us achieve this by either submitting some fantastic work for us to consider, sharing our Facebook page, or contributing via to link at the top of the page. Any donation is welcome, and all contributors with be thanked in the first edition of Eye Flash. Any donation over £5.00 can receive a copy of the next Eye Flash Poetry Journal- just make sure to enter your correct address via PayPal.

 

Fancy being an editor?

Fancy being an editor?

Have you a passion for contemporary poetry, a published poet or artist, or just someone who knows their way round a quatrain or ode, then get in touch.

We are looking for guest editors to help chose the best poetry from our submissions to make it into future journals. As Eye Flash is ran by volunteers, guest editing is also a volunteering role. Please email editoreyeflash@outlook.com for more details.

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