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I am delighted to welcome everyone to the September 2021 issue of Carmina Magazine. This issue is our second in our new online home and brings with it the work of many diverse, beautiful, and introspective voices from all across the globe. The September issue features our largest lineup to date, with contributions including original art, mythological retellings, modern re-inventions of old tales, ghost stories, and much, much more. An author’s or artist’s statement accompanies almost every piece (except where the contributor chose to go without one). These statements provide insight into how the piece was inspired by an older tradition and gives readers a glimpse into the creative processes that went into each piece’s creation.
The September issue can be accessed here.
I hope everyone enjoys Carmina Magazine, and I hope you all will come back again next year for our March 2022 issue!
Until next time,
Clarabelle Miray Fields
Founder and managing editor
Hello everyone! We hope our readers are doing well as winter approaches. Carmina Magazine will not be releasing a December issue. We are hoping to undertake some major site upgrades and improvements, including diversifying and expanding the content we publish! We will plan to re-launch with a new, shiny, and improved site by March 2021 — with our own registered domain name!
Happy reading and writing, as always, and be well!