Founded in September 2020, Honeyfire Literary Magazine is an independent literary and arts publication focusing on amplifying marginalised voices and celebrating the strength in vulnerability.
Our first column, UNTOLD, is a space for stories often silenced or ignored in society, and features new pieces every Monday and Friday.
Aiming to continue the conversation sparked by the Sarah Everard case, Most Girls is an unflinching exploration of what it means to be a woman or femme-aligned person today.
Based on Sappho's fragments, our March 2021 issue focuses on celebrating sapphicness.
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