“In celebration of the end of copyright on the 1st edition,” the fledgling, multi-platform Banner Magazine is dedicating its second issue to Ulysses. Banner Magazine began in 2011 and is published bi-annually both digitally and in print. Co-editors Sophie Brew and Chris Woolfry provide “no editorial guidelines” for submissions in the hope of providing a “place to bring together interesting people and give them a platform.” The issue, designed by Sarah Carter, features an array of creative and critical work related to Ulysses. The selections range from recipes and photo art featuring the “inner organs of beasts and fowls” to selections from Robert Berry’s graphic novel, Ulysses Seen. In addition, Woolfry meditates on copyright and art and Zak Klein proposes new ways of reading literature, and particularly difficult books like Ulysses. Other items included in the issue are interviews with Jeremy Mortimer, who recently dramatized Ulysses for BBC radio, and Stephen Cole, who tweeted the novel on Bloomsday, 2011. Take a look at the issue here.
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