Our two most recent issues — on the theme of 'Time' and 'Outsider' — have just sold out, leaving only two remaining issues of Popshot in print.
Literary submissions for our 'Curious' issue have now closed, and the final poems and short stories have been carefully chosen.
A poem from Aki Schilz, articulating the wistful desire to unspool time and extract a tender passage from life's story. First published in our 'Time' issue.
The Poetry Society’s annual poetry competition is now open for entries with the winner taking home £5,000 and earning publication in Poetry Review.
Ethan Chapman's short story explores a family's attempt to come to terms with abduction and the construction of a life in its wake. Illustrated by Joe Wilson.
Taken from our 'Time' issue, read Shirley Wright's poem, Methuselah, inspired by the 5,000 year old pine tree of the same name. Illustrated by Glenn Harvey.
Published in our latest issue, Ty Landers' wartime story tells the tale of an outcast who became a local hero. Illustrated by Masoud Keshmiri.
Our website has been given an extensive overhaul, making it mobile/tablet friendly and now able to house content from various issues of the magazine.
Short fiction and poetry submissions for our 'Curious' issue close in twenty days' time. Send in your literary triumphs before July 20th.
With just a handful of our limited edition Giclée prints left, we're now making them available for almost half price. Pick up yours for a mere £25.
Working with the fledgling digital bookstore, 0s&1s, we've now made the last four issues of Popshot available in PDF form.
We are now open for short fiction and poetry submissions for our forthcoming fourteenth issue, on the theme of 'Curious'.