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Neon Magazine (Single Issue)
A copy of a recent issue of our flagship publication Neon Literary Magazine – seventy pages of surreal speculative, horror and literary writing, as well as graphic short stories, artwork and other ephemera. Perfect bound and photo-illustrated in gorgeous black and white. Select “Issue + Chapbook” to combine your order with a chapbook of your choice and save on postage.
Neon Magazine (Subscription)
Feed your taste for the strange and surreal by signing up as a subscriber to Neon Literary Magazine. For just £10 plus postage you’ll receive the next three print issues of Neon Literary Magazine direct to your door – that’s the work of around thirty talented writers, poets and artists all wrapped up with a selection of pamphlets, inserts and other exciting ephemera. Order now and you can receive a chapbook with your subscription for just £1 extra.
NB: Issue forty-four is now sold out, so subscriptions will begin with issue forty-five.
The Naming Of Cancer
The Naming Of Cancer by Tracey S Rosenberg – published 27th November 2014 – is Neon‘s very first chapbook. This fourteen-poem volume begins in a hospital, and from there explores the experience of cancer from a multitude of perspectives, from the person struggling to survive the disease to the spouse pacing in the waiting room, the oncologist doubting their own ability to diagnose, and even the cancer cells themselves, mourning their host body even as they destroy it. The Naming Of Cancer is anything but an easy read, but is certainly a necessary one.
A Week With Beijing
A Week With Beijing by Meg Eden – published February 7th 2015 – is Neon‘s second chapbook. This book of twenty-one poems charts the narrator’s relationship with the mysterious Beijing, a woman who personifies the city for which she is named. We see Beijing through a time of tumultuous change: industries rise and fall, the Olympic games come and go, and her husband purchases a mistress. In these poems her vulnerabilities are laid bare and we catch fleeting glimpses of Beijing as she really is.
The Mesmerist’s Daughter
Heidi James’s novella The Mesmerist’s Daughter – published 27th April 2015 – is the hypnotic tale of a child with a wolf for a mother. The narrative of this haunting story hovers somewhere between memory and delusion, as a woman closeted in a psychiatric facility recounts the tale of a particularly difficult time in her childhood. James’s writing is highly-detailed and immediate, each page bursting with details so fresh that they’re almost tangible. From the opening sentence The Mesmerist’s Daughter is as unsettling as it is magical, as arresting as it is darkly evocative.
Three Chapbook Bundle
Receive all three chapbooks published by Neon Books in the year 2014-2015. One copy each of Tracey S Rosenberg’s The Naming Of Cancer, Meg Eden’s A Week With Beijing, and Heidi James’s The Mesmerist’s Daughter – plus a handful of free pamphlets and broadsides.