Letter from the Editor – harmony

Dear Reader,

Welcome to harmony, the latest issue of Nightingale & Sparrow Literary Magazine! After a chaotic few weeks on a personal front, our team has come together and brought this issue to life. And, as a result, this might just be our favourite issue yet.

For this submissions period, we asked writers and photographers to “surprise us with your own unique harmonies. Share the songs that intersperse your life. Show us the places where discord unites. Let us hear the chords in each image and every line.” As always, our wonderful contributors have brought that vision to life.

From “Morning in the Village” by Donna J. Gelagotis Lee and A. S. Callaghan’s “Baby Don’t Hurt Me” to Lindsey Pucci’s “Rolling In” and “Stuck in the Tape Deck” by Hannah Madonna, you’ll hear harmonies arising in songs both literal and figurative.

Thank you, as always to our N&S team, submitters and contributors, readers, customers, and other supporters who’ve made this issue and all of our efforts possible.

And so, without further ado, welcome to harmony.

Juliette Sebock
Editor-in-Chief, Nightingale & Sparrow