Written on: 26/03/2008 by tommyers (1 review written)
The picture here is really, really old. This issue must be at least four years old. My rating is based on issue 21 which is the Feb to March 2008 issue. Fantastic resource for the arts. It looks great and the editorial is brilliant. (read more)
Written on: 04/02/2005 by annemay18 (2 reviews written)
Aesthetica Magazine is a bi-monthly magazine featuring poetry, short fiction, art work and reviews from artists and writers all over the globe. You'll find a variety of subject matter, as well as work from a well-established writer right next to that of a writer who's being published for the first time. The magazine's sturdy A5 format makes it comfortable to throw into a handbag or satchel, so you can read it on the tube or the train, and the pieces are short enough that you should finish... (read more)
Written on: 09/09/2004 by Bessie (1 review written)
Aesthetica Magazine - The magazine begins with the standard editor note/letter:
'Look around you, look at the diversity, and look at the beauty. This world is synergized, pulsating, and breathing great inhalations of variation. This is a wonderful thing.' Cherie Federico.
The first poem that really jumps out at me is Aryan Kaganof's Tombstone Dues. The poem focuses on the disillusion of modern life coupled with September 11th. The poem breathes a complex aspiration of modernity and... (read more)