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Unpsychology Issue 6: the other-than-human anthology is the latest issue of this innovative journal, carrying work by writers, artists and ‘unpsychologists’.
The evocative artwork in this edition is includes Riki Moss's Curious Life Forms, Janet Lees' ocean-themed Taste the Feeling, Rock Portraits from Rita Leduc and paintings by Tamsin Haggis (accompanied by a video with music by Mairi Campbell and Dave Gray), together with work by Jacqueline Quinn, Jacqueline Wild, Liz Blum, Milena Popov and Justice Schanfarber. All of this is original and wild, providing a wonderful scaffolding of other-than-human life for the magazine.
A particularly strong set of poetry comes from Brent Thomas Ladd, Bell Selkie Lovelock, Monica Dragosz, Philip Kienholz, Susie David (and water!), Maggie Reed, Joel Elliot (accompanied by a specially recorded song), Susannah Violette, Justice Schanfarber, Sarah James, Susan Richardson and a lovely meditative cycle of work, Curious Magic and Other Stories, by Rachel McDonald.
The usual provocative and reflective essays and short non fiction are here too, with work from Alex Lockwood, Brent Thomas Ladd, Mike Moss, Emma Palmer, Emily Paskovics, Monica Dragosz, Kim Schuelle, Denesa Chan, Michael James Parker, Margaretha Häggström, Rachel Ben Menachem, Steve Benson together with Unpsychology regulars, Toby Chown, Pegi Eyers and Zhiwa Woodbury. Julia Macintosh and Steve Thorp provide an opening dialogue to frame the anthology, and Steve also offers a third story, Habitants, from his speculative fiction future world, the Watertime.
The magazine runs to 174 pages and is the longest edition of Unpsychology to date.