Eponym is a lit and art magazine accepting works by the British youth. Our priority is to discuss the world as young adults see it and showcase the fiction and art which politics and culture inspire our submitters to create. Each issue focuses on a new theme, and we accept submissions for any form of art we can possibly display in a magazine.
Eponym's first issue deals with social change, covering the themes of climate change, misogyny and female violence, austerity, protests and the lives of LGBTQ individuals.
Eponym Magazine's second issue, Connection, explores connection to the self, to our environment and to others through the eyes of the British youth.
Eponym's third issue tackles how people feel about growing up. Through art and poetry, our submitters navigate house parties, friendships, and a whole lot of teenage angst.
INNER/OUTER speaks to how the hidden introspective aspect of our life interact and correlate with the outer. How our secrets affect our behaviours, how we choose to reveal and make sense of those inner parts of ourselves.
Dana Collins was a Foyle Young Poet in 2019 and a shortlister in the Wells Festival of Literature 2020 Young Poetry Prize. Her poetry focuses on womanhood and mental health, and her proudest achievement to date is using the word “vajazzle” in an otherwise serious poem. Her work can be found in the Young Poets Network and Little Stone Journal.
Find her on Instagram and Twitter: @danaishpastry
Carys M. N. Richards is a poet whose work often has an intertextual nature within their experimentation with blank verse and spoken rhythms. At the moment, Carys feels most inspired to write about the themes of identity and social change.
Find them on Instagram: @carysmnrichards
You can get in touch with us via our social media channels (@eponymmag), or email us directly at email@example.com.