Long Exposure Magazine was founded in 2014 to feature creative writing, photography and other visual art, and explore the ways in which they can interact; how writing responds to other art forms and vice versa, and what new possibilities arise. Long Exposure now publishes a wide range of poetry, flash fiction, photography, art and illustration and work which combines these forms, both from individuals and practitioners working in collaboration. We publish regularly online and in tri-annual digital editions.
We gratefully accept donations from our readers to help keep the magazine running and developing.
About The Editor
Daniel Williams founded Long Exposure in the summer of 2014, following a period of research investigating the creative possibilities between lyric poetry and photography. He was born and educated in Wales, U.K, receiving his MA in 2016. Alongside his work with Long Exposure Magazine and Long Exposure Press he is a free-lance book reviewer and poetry tutor, as well as a practicing poet and fiction writer. He is drawn continually to literature and the arts by their capacity to re-engage and re-imagine.