Worms #7 has arrived and brings us artists who write and writers who art, and casts a spotlight over those who have inspired the team behind this excellent literary mag.
Inside: artist and writer Diamond Stingily talks about limits on language, Nicole Rudick reflects on her recent biography of Niki de Saint Phalle, Martine Sims chats about writing and publishing within a visual artistic practice, and Olivia Laing talks about some of the writers and artists who have inspired her own work.
Elsewhere Misha Honcharenko discusses, among other things, eroticism in literature, language and trans art are discussed in reference to the work of Wu Tsang, and Joanna Novak speaks to Thea McLachlan about her memoir, Contradiction Days.
Founded in 2019 by Clem Macleod, Worms is a biannual literary style magazine that celebrates female and non-binary writer culture.
Size: 180 x 270mm