Artworks

Issue 8

By  | 

F O R E W O R D

Dear Readers,

Lunaris Review from inception has positioned itself in the achievement of an aim, ‘which is to share ingenuity and inventiveness, without forgetting the needful: satiating the readers’ thirst along this chosen path to becoming an enabling platform where astounding creativity is sought, and interstices between creative minds are finally bridged.’

Two years after, we are confident to reaffirm that we ‘have remained true to the course; undaunted as the clouds gather, covering sunrays, and the heavens tendering the earth while we plough its abundant terra prima for its bounties. Yet, the cycle remains incomplete without us bringing you the fresh tendering we have gathered from the numerous’.

For these, we at Lunaris Review owe the numerous contributors (of the declined submissions inclusive) inestimable appreciation for entrusting us to share their creativity.

(Dear readers), it is with utmost delight that we present and share with you the Eight Issue of Lunaris Review. This Issue is a potpourri of awesome poetry, short stories, photography and creative non-fiction with deeply profound, although diverse, but unified thematic pre-occupations that we as a race of distinctly unique peoples have come to know as integral parts of our sojourn through life.

Again, this issue marks another ‘initiation of the Lunaris Review’s cycle. As the Moon wanes to wax stronger, we hope to overrun your chalice with better tendering of creativity at the turn of the Ninth Issue. Therefore, we admonish you to stay the course and walk this illuminating path with us.’

Do have a pleasant read.

Tolulope Oke

Publisher, Lunaris Review

 


fiction

· Emmanuel Fehintola · Steve Carr · Boletilemang Gabokgatlhe · Philip Kobylarz· Sneha Subramanian Kanta · Andrew Condouris  ·


non-fiction

· Adeosun Adams ·


poetry

· Kevin Strang · Frank Eze · Richard Fein · Alan John Campbell · Emmanuel Jessie Kalusian · TS Hidalgo · David Amore  · Chanda ‘Medley’ Chongo · C. Blome William · Penny Peyser · Hiram Larew ·


art/photography

· Orowale Kolapo Samuel ·


 CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD ISSUE #8


About Lunaris Review

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *