Category: In the Spotlight

Alix Edwards in the Spotlight

Alix Edwards, whose work ‘Buddha of Trees’ is published in the second issue of Lucent Dreaming, is a visual artist and writer. Her work explores motherhood, despair, resilience, entrapment and how we interpret statistics about people. She has MAs in creative writing (Goldsmiths) and photography (Central Saint Martin’s 2016) and

Joanne Walton in the Spotlight

Joanne Walton, whose short story ‘Saving Wonder’ is published in the second issue of Lucent Dreaming, lives and works in Birmingham. She enjoys writing stories that blend fantastic happenings with realistic feelings and emotions, and is a big fan of happy endings. Her work has previously appeared in student anthologies

Poppy Jennings in the Spotlight

Poppy Jennings, whose poem ‘I’m convinced that faeries live here’ is published in the debut issue of Lucent Dreaming, grew up in Leeds, West Yorkshire. She is now studying her master’s in English Literature at Cardiff University.   What does writing/creating art mean to you? Being creative, whether it’s through

Wan Phing Lim in the Spotlight

Wan Phing Lim, whose story ‘Goldy Gold’ is published in the debut issue of Lucent Dreaming, was born to Malaysian parents in 1986 in Butterworth, Penang. Her short stories have appeared in Catapult (USA), Ricepaper Magazine (Canada) and anthologies by Monsoon Books (UK), Ethos Books (Singapore) and Fixi Novo (Malaysia).

Ethan Hedman in the Spotlight

Ethan Hedman, whose story ‘The Collection’ is published in the debut issue of Lucent Dreaming, is a speculative fiction writer from South Florida, the land of heat, humidity, and hurricanes. He conjures up new stories from his home in Cutler Bay. Ethan started writing short fiction in 2016. His work

Taylor Edmonds in the Spotlight

Taylor Edmonds, whose poem ‘In Bloom’ is published in the debut issue of Lucent Dreaming, is a creative writing graduate from South Wales. Some of her publications include Butcher’s Dog Magazine, The Cardiff Review, Ink, Sweat & Tears and Paper and Ink Zine. Her best talent is daydreaming out of

Cerys Knighton in the Spotlight

Cerys Knighton, whose artwork is published in the debut issue of Lucent Dreaming, is a Welsh artist and book illustrator specialising in pen and ink pointillism. Her art takes inspiration from the natural world, using a combination of nature and studies of anatomy to draw from her medical humanities research

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