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I worked on this cover for popshot magazine.
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My brother @j_mowry has a beautiful piece in the new issue of Popshot Magazine. Go grab a copy at your local barnes & noble or any other fine book store establishment! Make sure to also follow my brother @j_mowry for more wonderful works... #art #illustration #popshotmagazine #editorialillustration

Here is my illustration for the new issue of @popshotmag. Based on a short story by Georgia Oman. #PaulLacolley #illustration #popshotmagazine #redsand

The newest issue of @popshotmag is here! This is the illustration I made for a short story written by Damien Lutz
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Coming in late at night to these beauties! 😍

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'You tiptoe with your tongue / the table is laid, rounded in resonance / language is an expectant satellite.'

A poem by Luciana Francis, written during her early months as a mother to celebrate witnessing the birth of a voice. Illustration by @m_melgrati

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'Sebastian Shull was seven feet tall and fresh off the bus from Chicago when John Moran hired him to deliver death notices to the women of Burr, Maine. He arrived in town with nothing but a change of clothes and the black mark of being 4-F (physically unacceptable for military service) hanging over his head.'

Set in post-war America, Ty Landers’ short story tells the tale of an outcast who became a local hero. Illustrated by Masoud Keshmiri.

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'Tree tops liquid full of black ink / Absorbed by leaves in tones of jet / Three hundred prayer flags flap and kink / Arrive and set out from the wet'

A poem by Sean Chard, written after observing hundreds of rooks in a copse while lost in the summer fields of Norfolk. Illustration by @graphicallegiance

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'Sometimes, when evening comes and the light hits our home in a way that reminds us of that other life, we’ll talk about them. What their faces looked like, the feeling of their weight in our arms, the way our youngest would crawl onto my back. I’ll see Mary sitting alone in our living room, the sun gone, just the reds of dusk outlining the trees, and I know she’s remembering them. I’ll walk over, put my arms around her, or kneel by her and place my head in her lap, and we’ll stay like that, holding one another’s pain, wondering whether we are truly monsters.'

Inspired by internet scams and porn culture, Alexander Weinstein’s story explores the dark corners of the digital world. Illustration by @nicolerifkin

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'People could never tell / That you walked a long hard road out of hell / Learnt the right words, perfumed them expensively / Danced and smiled, pranced and shone / So delighted, were they, by your company'

A poem by Elles Rebelles, written about the journey people take when travelling in and out of heroin addiction. Illustration by @maxtemescu

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👋 beautiful Sunday. Thomas Danthony, illustration for Popshot magazine.
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"The dog’s tail fanned the snow. Whimpering, it crept towards Jen, black nose low on yellow paws. She snapped off a branch dusting snow across her boots. ‘Do you want to fetch the stick?’ she said, waving the branch like a wand. ‘She’s called Bessie,’ croaked the man slumped against the tree. Blood trickled down his forehead, already congealing and crusting into his silver-flecked eyebrows. He put a hand to the side of his head, as if testing it was still there."

Set in a dystopian future, Tracy Fells’ short story follows three girls as they break away from an oppressive regime. Illustration by Mike Lees.

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'She was cornered by a stowaway / in the root of her body / hell-bent on splitting her / like a Russian doll.'

A potent poem by Gavin Bryce, written after the difficult and potentially dangerous birth of his son. Illustration by @ashmackenzieillustration

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'There never was a horse chestnut tree in my garden. Still, the children came, year after year, leaving with pockets full. I had tea with their mothers on the patio, cooing as the little ones tromped through the leaves and occasionally came up with a prize. Autumn became my favourite season, those few weeks of bustle recompensing me for the rest of my solitary existence. Then, the leaves shrivelled into a brown sludge that eventually slithered into the pond. The fish hid, the birds stilled, and that was my excitement spent until spring, when the tree began its hardy rebirth.'

A selfless villager finds her annual act of kindness is at risk of being misconstrued in Lucy Brown's short story. Illustration by @creepcaptain

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'This is the bow and arrowed child,
the supple, soft, bone marrowed child,
the sherbert sweet, marshmallowed child,
with a mouth that’s full of maps'

A poem by Matthew Fieldhouse, written to address the vast differences between oneself as a child, and as an adult. Illustration by @tobiashall

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'Death is tragic enough without having to get the dead down from the ceiling. No one knew why it happened, but starting one late-summer afternoon, the freshly dead refused to drop as gravity intended. As though the last breath was wind in their sails, steadily they ascended like balloons, disappearing into the clouds. All across the world, patients lifted from their hospital beds and families came home to loved ones bumping the ceiling fan.'

Joshua Preston's flash fiction piece addresses the sudden nature of loss and the various aspects of weight associated with it. Illustration by @iamdaq

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'Somewhere, in a quiet place, / On some other day in some other year, / I’ll learn what I need to know. / I’ll see the fear for the lie it is, / Let my spirit slip the lines'

Inspired by conversations with his 92-year-old father-in-law, John Rowland's poem considers the ultimate adventure. Illustration by @bren.luke.art

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'My father stands on the edge of the pier with a cigarette hanging limply from his mouth, watching me as I come up for air. I clamber into the boat and take off my goggles. I look over at him and shake my head and watch his posture sink ever so slightly, then I slink to the bottom of the boat and lie on the floor out of his eyeline, dripping and spreading and congealing. For the past twenty-five days, he has stood on that pier sucking cigarettes down to their nubs, watching me as I search the lake for some sign of her. I’ve found nothing.'

A young boy finds his summer taking a peculiar turn when his mother goes missing in Ethan Chapman's short story. Illustration by @crrristian

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'But there came the knock again. A quick, insistent knock, muffled as though the knocker were wearing gloves. Ralph got up slowly. He crossed the room, glancing out of the window as he went to unlatch the door. The glass was thick and warped, but he could see that there was someone out there in the rain, their silhouette framed by the glow of the street lamp. A tall figure, hunched, in a long raincoat. Ralph opened the door.'

A deceitful creator of strange creatures finds his scepticism challenged in Alys Hobbs' curious short story. Illustration by Phil Couzens.

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Today I stumbled across this magazine in my local newsagents. It is so stunning I had to buy it. It contains stories and poems from new writers, and the most beautiful illustrations you could imagine. I am in literary heaven 😍😇 #writer #writings #stories #shortstories #booksofig #bibliophile #popshotmagazine

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