A new literary magazine has been launched by three CLCC alumni this week.
Tamarind Literary Magazine, a semi-annual magazine carrying both fiction and non-fiction relating to science, scientists, and the interaction between science and society is published in both print and digital download.
The founders, Imperial alumni Anita Chandran, Hilary Lamb and Gautam K, have each been involved with the CLCC via the Imperial Horizons module Advanced Creative Writing, or the Science Communications Master's programme.
Fittingly, the first issue of Tamarind is entitled "Science is Art". Purchase the first issue of Tamarind magazine.
Anita Chandran, currently completing her PhD in Physics in Imperial, says: "Our mission is to 'find the art in science' and bring together the artistic and scientific. We are also accepting submissions for Issue #2, so please consider submitting to us!"
Submissions of fiction, non-fiction and poetry are welcomed. For more details see the Tamarind literary magazine submissions page.
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