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We want to bring out the very best stories and poetry that we can get our grubby little mittens on. Writing that crosses borders (metaphorically and literally) effortlessly. That makes us feel things that we didn’t know we could feel, or simply just entertain the pants off of us.

Based in Berlin, amidst an ever-changing city that is wonderfully queer and diverse, we hope to find like-minded writers the world over and make one big, happy, global community of really lovely writers!




managing / fiction editor

Ambika is a writer, musician, and parent who loves to dance like it’s 1979. She’s been published with NPR Berlin, Fanzine, Crab Fat Magazine, Plenitude, Okey-Pankey, and a smattering of other places. But what she really wants is to one day win the Nobel Prize for being a comedian. For real though, she is playing cello and drums with the poetry editor, Jane, in the riot grrrl band Razor Cunts, and is currently an MFA candidate in creative writing at Guelph University.



poetry editor

Jane is an over-excitable pervert with a penchant for ridiculous metaphors and glitter. She’s won various awards, including Salt’s Best British Poetry (2012) and Wigleaf’s Top 50 (Very) Short Fictions (2014), but she’s still waiting to be presented with her honorary tiara and tankard of gin. When Jane’s not writing, she likes to play cello with Ambika in the riot grrl band Razor Cunts, teach creative writing courses through The Reader Berlin, run festivals, host queer events, and rollerskate down Tempelhof runways in hotpants.

Photo © Tom Moore



did illustrations for website / contributing illustrator

Born under a lucky star in a field of lavender, Isabel Rock spends her days drawing magical pictures to spread smiles in the world.




Website Helper Extraordinaire

Verena Spilker is a free-lance web designer ( sometimes activist and always music lover. She’s the editor of Make Out Magazine ( and and loves her radio show ( where she and her co-host Mareike can do and play whatever the fuck they want. People ask her to dj at soli-events too, and she’s usually happy to make people dance to weird underground hits and 80s pop songs.



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