Founded by poets Mariah Whelan and Joe Carrick-Varty in 2019, bath magg is an online poetry magazine and a home for the best new writing. Our aim is to offer a platform for both established and emerging writers to share a space.
We publish three times a year, and are regularly open for unsolicited submissions. Please check our submissions page for details.
MARIAH WHELAN is a poet from Oxford. Her first collection, the love i do to you, won the AM Heath Prize and a pamphlet the rafters were still burning is forthcoming with Dancing Girl Press. She recently completed her PhD at the University of Manchester’s Centre for new Writing.
JOE CARRICK-VARTY is a British-Irish writer based in London. His second pamphlet is 54 Questions for the Man Who Sold a Shotgun to My Father (Out-Spoken Press, 2020). His poems have appeared in Poetry Review, Poetry Ireland Review and the New Statesman.
GBOYEGA ODUBANJO is a British-Nigerian poet born and raised in East London. His pamphlet, While I Yet Live, was published by Bad Betty Press in 2019. He is a Roundhouse Resident Artist.
KANDACE SIOBHAN WALKER is a writer and filmmaker from Wales, based in London. Her work has appeared in The Good Journal, the Guardian and The White Review. Her pamphlet Kaleido is forthcoming with Bad Betty Press.