March 29, 2014 Comments Off
Issue 33 is now available to purchase from our rather sparse looking ‘Shop’ page.
The physical copy of the issue is an A5 booklet, with its own cover design not featured in the PDF, and artwork by David Rae.
March 5, 2014 Comments Off
Our beautiful cover was drawn by Weaam Sperinck, a graduate of Glasgow’s School of Art.
Our new design, as well as the first ever print copy of From Glasgow to Saturn, was put together by David Rae.
Thank you to both of them for their excellent illustrations.
We will be holding a party to launch this issue at The Bank Street Bar and Cafe on Monday 10th March. We hope to see you there, where you’ll be able to pick up one of the aforementioned print copies.
And, finally, submissions for issue 34 are now open. We’re looking for something specific with this issue: we are focusing on the Commonwealth. Hit us with everything you’ve got- we want poetry, we want prose, we want essays and experiments. We want positive, negative and everything in between. If you’d like to be considered for Commonwealth Voices as well, please do let us know. Details can be found here.
November 8, 2013 Comments Off
We’re so pleased to announce that issue 32 of From Glasgow to Saturn is now available. You can download the issue by clicking here or by navigating from the menu on the left.
Submissions for issue 33 will open on Monday 11th November and the submission period will be significantly longer.
To celebrate the launch of issue 32 we hosted a reading party in The Scotia Bar on Stockwell St last night. Thank you to those of you who came along to read and to listen. We’ll certainly be putting together another reading party to launch issue 33, so keep an eye on our Facebook page, our twitter feed or here for announcements.
Jemma Beedie | Lotte Mitchell Reford | Jordan Mulligan
October 29, 2013 Comments Off
The deadline has passed and submissions for Issue 32 are officially closed. Email notification of acceptance or rejection will be sent shortly.
There will be an Issue 32 launch party at The Scotia Bar on Stockwell Street on Thursday November 7th at 7.30pm, with live readings. We hope to see you there.
September 16, 2013 Comments Off
With another academic year upon us, submissions for issue 32 are now open.
We love to feature the best emerging artists in From Glasgow to Saturn, and we are looking for illustrations, graphic art or photography for our covers. This is a great opportunity to publicise your work; our website has had over 30,000 hits in total. The artwork dimensions would need to be A4 size, 300 dpi.
Submissions are also open for writing. We’re looking for beautiful, well-constructed stories, poems and essays. The deadline for submissions of both writing and artwork is Friday 18th October. While we are looking forward to reading each and every submission, themed or not, we would especially like to see writing (and artwork) with the theme of Hallowe’en- think spooky, spine-tingling, and shuddersome.
For details of how to submit please visit http://glasgowtosaturn.com/submit-work/
And before submitting, please familiarise yourself with the magazine by visiting http://glasgowtosaturn.com/archive/ where a full archive of all past issues is available.
As well as providing a platform for established writers, this year’s magazines will also give new writers the opportunity to make their publishing debuts, and we exist to help these writers shine.
We look forward to receiving your work.
July 16, 2013 Comments Off
We’re delighted to announce that Issue 31 of From Glasgow to Saturn is here. You can get your free copy by simply clicking here and downloading.
It’s the final issue from the current editorial team, and we’re delighted to sign off in style with an issue containing some fantastic writing.
As well as an exclusive extract from the Sceptre Prize-winning Keeper of Secrets by Pauline Lynch, there is a strong focus on poetry in this issue with themes of travel, thwarted love, and loss.
It has been a pleasure to serve as editors of From Glasgow to Saturn and we would like to say that the continued support of our readers had enabled From Glasgow to Saturn to endure and expand over these 31 issues, and now we will join you in looking forward to the new editors’ debut issue later in the year.
But for now, so long, and thanks for reading. We’ll sign off with some words from William Faulkner.
“Read, read, read. Read everything – trash, classics, good and bad, and see how they do it. Just like a carpenter who works as an apprentice and studies the master. Read! You’ll absorb it. Then write. If it’s good, you’ll find out. If it’s not, throw it out of the window.”
Enjoy the issue!
Shaunagh Jones | Calum Maclean | Kevin Scott
June 2, 2013 Comments Off
It seems that summer has finally arrived, which makes us all the more excited about out forthcoming summer issue!
It’s going to be the current editorial team’s last issue, so we’re working overtime to ensure we go out with a high, and judging from the submissions we’ve had so far, we’re certainly on course.
The deadline for submissions is 9th June, which means you’ve got exactly a week to get your short stories, poems and essays to us.
If you’d like to submit something, please check out our guidelines at http://glasgowtosaturn.com/submit-work/
We look forward to reading your work.
Shaunagh Jones | Calum Maclean | Kevin Scott