Lionheart, Issue 13: Magic


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Issue 13 of Lionheart is all about MAGIC!

Magic comes in many forms, from all directions, unexpectedly and sometimes fiercely, but it’s often the small details within life that hold the greatest elements, those that will see you soar high, hold you close, ground you or set you free. In issue 13 discover:

  • Embracing the small stories of our everyday lives by writer and photographer, Laura Pashby

  • Book reviews – latest reads include Deborah Levy, Zadie Smith and Clover Stroud

  • Writer Jess Furseth on the last year – processing it slightly, articulating thoughts and trying to understand it a little

  • How the unfamiliar, being taken from our comfort zones, pushing ourselves and accepting that things can go either way, can hold so much magic, says writer and poet, Lucy Beckley

  • Mountain Man are an Appalachian folk band from North Carolina with a beautiful sound, check out You and I right here on YouTube: You and I. When they first sang together in college they knew; ‘The feeling of ‘yes this is pure magic’ was instant’

  • REST – an essay on prioritising rest and including it as an important part of our daily lives

  • Just over 20 years ago Nell Gifford had a dream to start a village green touring circus and so together with Toti Gifford, Giffords Circus was created, mesmerising audiences across the land. Issue 13 includes a visit to their 2021 show, The Hooley. A pure magic experience, transportive, exciting and unforgettable

  • Writer Nicola Appleton investigates manifesting of dreams and ideas – does it work?

  • A visit to a Cornish Flower Farm; Rose Valley Farm Flowers, what a dream. Sarah and her family grow beautiful blooms on their organic farm and she tells us about the farm, their ethos and gives some top growing and arranging tips

  • BAM is a wonderful shop and community space in Easton, Bristol. In this issue there is an interview with founder, Fran Harkness. Fran opened BAM in 2019 and talks about her background, experience so far and the wonder of collaboration and a community hub

  • Polly Collins is a jewellery designer with a love of nature and the cosmos; faces, moons, suns, flowers – Polly is so passionate about what she does and her honesty and dedication is inspiring

  • Freelance life – what’s it really like? Frankie, founder of DIFTK will tell you in a great mini essay

  • There is so much more in this issue; including amazing artists; Sarina Mantle of Wildsuga, Kate Cronk of Peggy & Kate and Jessie Cohen of Chromakane, beautiful clothing from Jaggery and an interview with the label’s founder, book reviews, Faye Allison of Blostma and Merewif’s illustrations, plus so much more!

Really hope you like it, LIONHEARTS <3