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(ANNOUNCEMENT) SPAM x Witch Craft Release Party

We are thrilled to be pairing up with the shit hot Witch Craft Mag for this release party!!!!

27th October


Good Press, Glasgow

GILT: A Witch Craft Magazine Release Party ft. SPAM Press

Readings by O F CIeri and Genevieve Jagger with guests Maya Uppal and River Ellen MacAskill

O F Cieri is a self-taught novelist and amateur historian in New York City. Lord of Thundertown, her first novel, was published by Nine Star Press in 2020.

Genevieve Jagger is a queer writer from Scotland. She loves language, confined spaces and blinking every 3-4 seconds. Her work has been described as claustrophobic and distinctly neurodivergent (by herself). Her short stories have been featured in online publications such as Expat Press, and X-Ray Magazine. She is both a witch and co-editor for Witch Craft Magazine

Maya Uppal is a Glasgow based poet whose writing examines the emotional ties between objects, humans, and animals. Their work aims to use these ties to question prevalent ideologies surrounding the public performance of identities. They are currently pursuing an MLitt in Creative Writing and their poetry can be found in SPAM, MUCK, Mellom Press and Gutter Magazine.

River Ellen MacAskill is a writer and massage therapist from the north of Scotland based in Glasgow. They write the Slow Down perzine series, and last year self-published a road trip novel Coasting and the poetry pamphlet Virility at Home with Death of Workers Whilst Building Skyscrapers.

About Witch Craft Magazine:

Witch Craft Magazine is a transgressive indie lit magazine that has been publishing work both in print and online since 2015. Initially based in America, the mag has now found its home in Glasgow since author, Elle Nash moved to town. Witch Craft is a platform for queer, outsider or dark-edged voices. We are about to launch issue 8 of the magazine - which is erotica themed. Find us online @witchcraftmag on Twitter, @witchcraftmagazine on Instagram or

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