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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: Spring Showcase


Hi I'm Emily, a sex-positive illustrator from Norwich currently based in Lincoln. My art focuses on the weird, wonderful and dazzling world of sex, creating colourful work that aims to break the stigmatisation of sex and masturbation that is prevelant especially with women and queer people!



Cas Olowoyo


Cas Olowoyo is a London-based artist, by way of Nigeria, performing under the name 'ellc' (pronounced ell-see). Their work is underpinned by a love for storytelling, vulnerability and playfulness. Leaning into their dramatic flair they provoke the senses using vivid imagery & whimsy, letting readers into their rich inner world for moments of connection. A bold and rich voice both on the stage and on the page. 


Instagram: @ellcsings

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Erin Mullens


Erin Mullens is an American writer who currently lives in Seoul, South Korea. Her hobbies include reading, going to art museums, and hiking in the woods. She has previously been published in Cathartic Youth Literary magazine.

Instagram: @moonchildisuhgood


Constance Grv

"Did You Get Home Safe?" is about public sexual harassment and gendered violence, a monster. 


I love to create stuff and use multiple mediums, such as writing, photo, filmmaking, makeup and sculpting, to question, understand, reclaim and free myself, and hopefully others, from social norms and oppressive systems.  This piece, in particular, means a lot to me because, like many women and gender minorities, I have suffered a lot of street harassment throughout my life. It profoundly impacts how I exist in public or if I even exist in public spaces, which angers me. 


Instagram: @constancegrv


Jenn Zuko

Body language consultant, fight director, intimacy coordinator. Author. Movement artist & burlesque badass. Ninja emeritus.


Instagram handle: @jennzuko

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Emma Wells


Emma is a mother and English teacher. She has poetry published with various literary journals and magazines. She enjoys writing flash fiction and short stories also. Her debut novel, Shelley’s Sisterhood, is due to be published in 2023. 


Britta Benson


Britta Benson is a circus skills instructing German, a mixed media writer, performer and linguist thriving in Scotland, her chosen habitat since the year 2000. She runs a creative writing group, The Procrastinators, writes a daily blog, Britta's Blog - Letters from Scotland as well as her poetry blog, Odds & Ends


Lauren Bulla


My name is Lauren Bulla, I am a queer creative from the United States. I moved to England in 2021 to pursue a masters degree in international human rights law. I have been focusing my energies on expanding my creative pursuits, those of which are primarily poetry, digital artwork, and acrylic paintings. 


Much of my work is inspired by life's larger questions - namely the contradiction and overlapping of "fate versus coincidence". Though this is often the baseline of many of my works, I also draw inspiration from everyday monsters, queer nightlife, interpersonal relationships, the natural world, and the liminality of our dreams.


Instagram: @liminalbleed