Art in a Lit Mag

“bl00m in After Happy Hour”

Hello, everyone. Hope everyone reading this or embarking upon it while exploring the endless streams of digital walls writing, is alright.

One of my artworks, “bl00m”, was recently published in an awesome magazine called After Happy Hour. If you find yourself with some time to spare, do give it a read, because I am sure you will enjoy the wonderous mix of written word and artworks that the magazine has to offer.

You can read the latest issue by clicking here : After Happy Hour Issue 14

Stay blessed!

~ by Oloriel on November 13, 2021.

2 Responses to “Art in a Lit Mag”

  1. Congrats! I worked on a lit mag in college and we included artwork. I think visual art and literature (and music) all enhance each other.

    • Thank you! Yes, I honestly appreciate it, especially when I am the reader. Think it really enhances the feel, whether it matches the written word, or it is on its own.

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