Back Issues

Here you can find backlogs of great published work! Also, you can see how the magazine has changed and evolved over its young life span. Long may the growth continue!

See how the first issue was created and shared! The codes have just been incorporated! Enigma Issue One Online

See how the first issue was created and shared! The codes have just been incorporated!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Featuring wonderful artwork by Deborah Shaer, we introduce more great writing and the idea of MP3 submissions! Enigma Issue Two Online

Featuring wonderful artwork by Deborah Shaer, we introduce more great writing and the idea of MP3 submissions!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An essential issue of Enigma! After one full year online, we see Linda Ravenswood's evocative and gorgeous photography, a review of our spoken word event and many offerings of all forms! Enigma Issue 3 Online

 An essential issue of Enigma! After one full year online, we see Linda Ravenswood’s evocative and gorgeous photography, a review of our spoken word event and many offerings of all forms!

Check it out – it includes beautiful examples of poetry and prose, another “What’s your Story?” feature and a special article about the Roundhouse Collective and my journey with spoken word. Enjoy!Enigma Issue 4 Online

Check it out – it includes beautiful examples of poetry and prose, another “What’s your Story?” feature and a special article about the Roundhouse Collective and my journey with spoken word. Enjoy!

Here’s the latest literary offering – including the article “Against Disablism” by Sarah Ismail as well as a Featured Artist – Inua Ellams, poet in residence in Covent Garden. Enjoy! Enigma Issue 5 Online

Here’s the latest literary offering – including the article “Against Disablism” by Sarah Ismail as well as a Featured Artist – Inua Ellams, poet in residence in Covent Garden. Enjoy!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Enigma is 2 years old! Read some more literary offerings here!Enigma Issue 6 Online

Enigma is 2 years old! Read some more literary offerings here!

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One Response to “Back Issues”

  1. Picked up the April 09 copy at Cafe Klix at George House in Hammersmith. Read it on the way home on the tube and missed my stop (by heaps) as it inspired me to start a poem that I didnt finish til’ Kings Cross. Thanks. I think your mag is great though I think the cover design could be improved – it looked a bit 1990! Cheers, Angie

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