Williwaw is a new anthology of magical realist fiction, to be published in the spring of 2015. We will release both in print and e-book.

Editorial Staff: 

Emily Ilett was born in 1989, in North Yorkshire. She moved to Scotland to study Environmental Art & Sculpture at The Glasgow School of Art and has since remained in Glasgow, where she volunteers with the Glasgow Women’s Library. She has exhibited locally and internationally and has co-curated performance events for Glasgow International Festival of Visual Art 2012 and 2014 at The Pipe Factory, an artist studio and exhibition space. She is currently on the MLitt Creative Writing course at Glasgow University and her work has been published in Popshot Magazine and 2HB amongst others, and is upcoming in From Glasgow to Saturn and Litro Magazine.

Claire Martin is on the MLitt Creative Writing course at the University of Glasgow. She previously read English Language and Literature at UCL and has worked in London and Cambridge. She is an avid reader of both classical and modern fiction and is currently working on a novel.

Quinn Ramsay holds a BA in Creative Writing and History from Pacific University, and is currently pursuing an MLitt in Creative Writing from the University of Glasgow. Previously, he has been a fiction reader and managing editor of Silk Road Review. He has been published in Santa Clara Review and PLUM, and has been a recipient of the Amy M. Young Award in Creative Writing. He is a native of Portland, Oregon.


All images by Emily Ilett.


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