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We accept submissions to t'ART online on a rolling basis and would love to see your work! Find out how to submit and what we are looking for here.

t'ART online: Autumn Showcase

Suhayla Ibrahim

I am a London based illustrator. Born in Britain and of Sudanese heritage,
I like to depict characters from different backgrounds in my work as well as humour and archetypes of animals and objects. I love using colours and creating a playful aestheitc.  

Instagram: @suhayla_illustrates


Emma Atkins


Emma Atkins is a Bexhill based poet, who writes frequently about a life lived with snails and about discovering and exploring her sexuality. She graduated with a BA in Creative Writing from Bath Spa University at the dawn of the pandemic and now studies for a Masters in Novel Writing at Middlesex University. She started writing poetry in 2018 and has been finding footholds in the creative world ever since. Her poetry has been described as bizarre and thoughtful, with a deep connection to the natural world and the canon of Queer literature.


Jane Ayres

UK based neurodivergent writer Jane Ayres completed a Creative Writing MA at the University of Kent in 2019 aged 57. Her work has been nominated for Best of the Net 2021 and can be found in places that include Lighthouse, Streetcake, The North, Acropolis Journal, Selcouth Station, Sledgehammer and The Forge. As one of the winners of the 2021 Laurence Sterne Prize, her first collection edible will be published by Beir Bua Press in July 2022.   

Twitter: @workingwords50

Poetry & Art

Lynne Jefferies

Lynne is a queer, working class actor/writer/theatre maker and florist originally from Scotland and currently based in East London.  

She pairs her poetic work with analogue inspired photography. 


This piece is about recent self discoveries, and the resonating unrest of finding out you're disabled at 30.


Instagram: Personal @wereallinthegutters / Photography @dear.disposable


Dilly Attygalle


Dilly Attygalle is a Sri Lankan born aspiring writer based in South London. By day she works in academic publishing. Her poetry has been published online and in print by Dear Damsels and Shorts Magazine. She is currently working towards a debut collection that explores themes of home, identity and belonging.


Instagram: @book__affairs

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Céline Miani

I am a reproductive health researcher and advocate, and aspire to publish my poems on obstetric violence and other forms of disrespectful maternity care. As a mother of three, I am also drawing on personal experience to explore those topics.

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Chloe Huttner

Chloe is many things. Queer woman, children's tutor, avid gardener, erratic and dyspraxic writer. One of her short stories was recently a finalist for the London Independent Story Prize 2021. She doesn't have instagram; it overwhelms her.