• Editor’s Note: Beginnings Practicing an art, no matter how well or badly, is a way to make your soul grow, for heaven’s sake. Sing in the shower. Dance to the radio. Tell stories. Write a poem to a friend, even a lousy poem. Do it as well as you possibly can. You will get an enormous reward. You […] Lauren Jack 9 min read
  • Louis Brown: Sorakiva Louis Brown is a photographer, musician and zine-maker working from Glasgow. You can see more of Louis’s work at louis-brown.com. Keep up with ZO on our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter. We’ll see you there. ~ Lauren Jack 10 min read
  • Pink Poems Every morning when you leave I’m a jam jar on the cusp of opening in a pressurized clack Ownership is antiquated and very modern I was sold to you, but only as an idea planted in the folds of your brain during fertilization I really desire more of everything, more mirrors and speckled bowls. I […] Heather O'Donnell 4 min read
  • VOX POP I: U/ME/HIS/HERS/THEIR FANTASY VOX POP IS AGELESS VOX POP IS COLOURLESS VOX POP IS GENDERLESS VOX POP IS U/ME/HIS/HERS/THEIR FANTASY VOX POP WELCOMES YOU TO A 4 PART PERFORMATIVE AND INTERACTIVE ARTS EXPERIENCE THAT COMBINES THE POWER OF A SAFE SPACE/MUSIC/ART/FASHION/OCCUPANTS TO DEFINE OUR NATURAL/UNNATURAL + HUMAN/INHUMANE FANTASIES THAT WILL HELP US/U/ME/THEM CREATE HYPER REALISTIC/UNREALISTIC EXPERIENCES XXXX So […] Lauren Jack 16 min read
  • A Conversation with Emily Wylde Emily Wylde is a photographer and illustrator from Ayr, Scotland, working from Glasgow. You can see more of Emily’s creative work at emilywylde.co.uk, or on Instagram @emilywylde. Keep up with Ghost Girls on Facebook, Instagram @ghostgirlssociety, Twitter @ghostgirlsclub, or IRL on the first Friday of every month at Bloc+ Glasgow. We’ll be back in ISSUE 02, but til then, come visit […] Heather O'Donnell 29 min read
  • Playground Art Crew When people hear I live in Hawaii, most will ask what it’s like to live in paradise. It’s exactly as they imagine – the beach is fifteen minutes away, I climb ridges as a weekend activity, the weather is warm year-round, and fresh fish is a staple of the local cuisine. There’s not a single […] Terri Lee 5 min read
  • Jared and His Friends Big Winter. Big Winter’s alter-ego Danny. Danny is a softly spoken, generous human being. He aims to be a Mongolian throat singer when he grows up and keeps the top of his head covered for religious reasons. Fabean Cervi. His parents knew when he first entered this world that his face captured the essence of […] Jared Celosse 6 min read
  • Kitchen Notes Hasn’t it been forever? I could have sworn I saw the end of the world and its new beginning. I saw us perish in the heat death of the cosmos – torn apart in the hail and the fire. I remember floating (just a spec) between the remains of Jupiter and Mars. I think I […] Maria Harper 3 min read
  • Grow Your Own Art Gallery Isabella Shields is the kind of instantly endearing person that you tell your most embarrassing secrets to the first time you meet her. This a) means that half of this interview had to be deleted, and b) makes it impossible to be mad that she’s managed to bag herself an art gallery at the age […] Lauren Jack 18 min read
  • Dukebox: One Year When you go to an open mic night, you’re putting your evening into the hands of strangers. Will you be met with the next Jose Gonzalez, or will your eardrums be violated by a tuneless rendition of Green Day? Will you trade amazed compliments with your astonished Tinder date, or be forced to scream I’M […] Lauren Jack 9 min read