Bunbury Magazine is an arts and literature magazine, covering everything from writing in all forms and genres, to fine art, from music to stand up comedy and everything in between. Their ethos is ‘if you love it, we’ll love it’. They have had all kinds of submissions since they started and really enjoy seeing new faces come to them, as well as welcoming back regular contributors time after time. In the past, they have interviewed people such as Phil Jupitus (from Never Mind The Buzzcocks), Jasika Nicole (star of TV’s Fringe and from Welcome to Night Vale) and Michael R. Perry (writer of the film The Voices, which starred Ryan Reynolds). To date, they have released 14 issues and one anthology.
I’ll be chatting to Christopher and Keri-Ann about their work and about the magazine. And, of course, they’ll be sharing their selections on this week’s Apocalypse Books.
Join us at 2pm on Saturday on 106.6FM (if you’re in the North Manchester area) or listen online (if you’re further afield).
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