Popshot is an illustrated literary magazine that publishes short stories, flash fiction, and poetry from the literary new blood.
From the pavement to the pubs to the playhouses, our peculiar little planet is full of storytelling. Popshot aims to publish just a few of the more articulate and well-observed versions of these stories, illustrated by some of the contemporary illustration's finest.
Our seventeenth issue, featuring a captivating collection of illustrated short stories and poems that cast into the future to imagine how life might be different. Inside, we'll find a couple living out their desires in a digital world, a woman on the hunt for a code that could save the planet, a robot who starts to experience human emotions, a father who finds himself slowly melting, and a place where no future exists at all.
Words by Alexander Weinstein, Katie Byford, Matthew Landrum, Eli Haven, Kendra Cardin, Rhys Owain Williams, Georgia Oman, Rachel Clements, Marc Woodward, Jack Wells, Bryony Littlefair, Helen Laycock, Jane Campion Hoye, Brian Fanelli, Nick Toczek, Damien Lutz, Ruth Bennett and Jenna Heller.
Illustrations by Jörn Kaspuhl, Sibel Ekemen, Nicole Rifkin, Aiste Stancikaite, Daria Skrybchenko, Matt Chinn, Zach Meyer, Guillermo Ortego, Tim Laing, Pete Reynolds, Patrik Svensson, Renzo Razzetto, Mitt Roshin, Shreya Gupta, Vector That Fox, Giuseppe Di Lernia, Roland Hildel and Yaimel Lopez.
|Title||:||Popshot Magazine (Issue 17: The Future Issue)|
|Number of Pages||:||64 pages|
Review to follow....
This is my second issue of Popshot. I bought my first, The Adventure Issue, a while back because I was planning to submit a story, and I’m really glad I did. It’s a beautifully produced magazine, ...