Elbow Room Volume Three

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Elbow Room Volume Three

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Volume Three was originally published June 2013. Though the limited first edition print run has subsequently sold out the second edition is now available made to order.

Examples of the artists included in Volume Three can be found on our artists page.

Diane Jackman’s poetry has appeared in magazines and anthologies, including The Rialto, Outposts and Words-Myth and a “Shoreline” in “Story” (Happenstance Press). She was winner of the Liverpool Poetry Festival competition 2006. She wrote the libretto for “Pinocchio”, for the Kings’ Singers/LSO performed at The Barbican, has published seven children’s books and many stories. She lives in Norfolk.

Dan Isaac Wallin has a love of Polaroid. He prefers to work with a simple SX-70 or 4x5” large format camera, using long expired Polaroid film. Wallin gently and carefully treats and mistreats the Polaroid film while it is developing, until he gets the soft ‘other-world’ look, that is the signature style of his work. His series mainly show outdoor motifs from the Swedish countryside. The colours and expressions change with the seasons, and behind these beautiful images there rests a serious, calm and poetic sensitivity. Wallin presents journeys from the places of childhood. His memories become dreamlike sequences; from the blue of Bohuslän to the black and white of Israel. Mystery cuts through the nostalgic imagery and awakens questions within the viewer. https://www.facebook.com/diwphotography

Neil Leadbeater is an author, poet, essayist and critic living in Edinburgh, Scotland. His short stories, poems and articles have been published widely both at home and abroad. His latest book, “Librettos for the Black Madonna”, was published by White Adder Press in 2011. His work has been translated into Spanish and Romanian.

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