From an essay investigating the relationship between religion and mathematics, to a mixed-media complex of ‘phantom islands’, as well as poems, short stories and a historical retelling of Robert Shaw’s life, issue 14 has something for every taste!
On the weekly: Success in Circuit Lies – by Myko Philip
‘In Hill’s later poetry, one is consistently caught unawares by some slantwise piercing glance. Amidst the rumbling ground bass of gnarled density and difficulty, a keen pure tone sometimes shines through.’
The sky of every night is not the first sky As men lift up their eyes...
About the journal
Our piccioletta barca, or ‘little boat’, aims to embark upon a journey without a destination; a platform from which we can explore interests and passions from a diverse group of disciplines. Ranging from music to art, philosophy and literature, we have attempted to delve into the intricacies of thought, without allowing content or form to constrain us.