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Editors' Note

It started with a word. Synaesthesia. A red howl in the dark. Then an idea; a criss-crossing between two genres of art.

Soon it became an aim; a magazine inviting writers, non-writers, artists and readers alike to share and embrace words for all their beauty, timbre and colour.

So it began. Broke, yet craving creativity, recent graduates Annabelle and Carlotta were propelled into their multi-sensory project.

Our 'Green' issue dances between songs, haikus and murderous short stories. Alongside photography brimming with flowers & wildlife, there are poems tainted by envy, bristling with 'Forbidden Fruit', and a special interview with

poet Dr Hugh Dunkerley.

Happy reading!

The Synaesthesia Team


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