Contact / Submissions

New Linear Perspectives welcomes contributions on any subject from writers, poets, artists, photographers and all creative minds. Submissions should be sent by  Email to the Editor. Please read through the published articles to ascertain whether your work is suitable, and supply a short biography along with your submission, plus all relevant hyperlinks and images. Any titles referred to in text should be italicised. Text(s) should be sent in Word format (not .pdf, and not in the main body of the e-mail), and images should be submitted in .jpeg format. We also have a new ‘Contact’ form below for enquiries and comments.

Who are we?

andy xAndrew F Giles, Editor

Andrew is a poet, writer and translator. His poems have been published in journals including Ambit, Magma, Ink Sweat & Tears, JERRY, Gutter, Equinox, Poetry Scotland, B O D Y and various other journals and anthologies. His article ‘John Burnside’s Poetics of Failure: A Havoc of Signs’ is published by US journal JERRY. His poem ‘Soldier II’ was chosen by Roddy Lumsden as one of the ‘Best Scottish Poems’ of 2011 for the Scottish Poetry Library. He has writen for The Scottish Review of Books and The Spectator. He is currently working towards a first poetry collection, and researching Spanish poet Leopoldo María Panero at the University of Bristol.  Email Andrew

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Claudia Massie, Visual Arts Editor

Claudia is an artist based in Perthshire, Scotland. She exhibits her painting widely around Britain and writes on arts matters for various publications including The Spectator and The Guardian. Email Claudia 

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Daisy Behagg, Poetry Editor

Daisy grew up on the South coast of England. She completed a BA and MA in Creative Writing at Bath Spa University, and has previously had work published in The Rialto, Poetry Wales, The North, Ambit, The Warwick Review, Poetry Salzburg Review and New Linear Perspectives. In 2012 her poems were runner up in the Edwin Morgan Prize and highly commended in the Bridport Prize. She won the Bridport Prize in 2013. She now lives in Bristol while completing her first collection of poetry.

 

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Issy Houston, intern

Issy is in her last year of school in Perthshire, Scotland. Next year she will spend a year teaching English in Central America. After that she plans to study English literature at university and is looking forward to being exposed to the complex world of poetry.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 







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