Weird, experimental and literary fiction and art


With an interest in the intersection of author readings and other modes of live-ness and visuality, our events are a mix of author readings, live art performance and screenings.

Coming up

Launch Party for SisM Issue 1 and Mycelia Issue 2

Thursday, 29 August 2019, 7pm till late (tbc)
Rost, 49 Bell Street, Glasgow G1 1NX

£4.50 entry, includes 50% discount on copies of Mycelia for sale on the night.

In collaboration with an exciting new venue in Glasgow, Rost, our next launch party will celebrate the publication of Issue 2 of our print magazine, Mycelia, and the first issue of its sister digital magazine, SisM.

The event will present author readings and visual art projections from work in Mycelia and screenings and other presentations from artists in SisM. And in complement, there will be performances from a number of special guests whom we have invited to respond to the weird and eerie remit of the twinned magazines.

More details to be announced soon. Keep it weird.

Past events

Hedera Felix presents Mycelia at Cymera Festival, Edinburgh 7–9 June 2019

Hedera Felix presenting Mycelia at Cymera Festival in Edinburgh 7–9 June 2019.

Available to buy: Mycelia Issues 1 & 2
See work by SiSM artists and authors Mez Breeze, John Dummett, Diarmad MacKinnon and Sam Wood.

Saturday 8, 1–3pm: Mez Breeze’s ‘A Place Called Ormalcy’ presented in VR with VRoom

Sunday 9, 1.30–3pm: Hedera Felix presents Mycelia | £8, or £4 concessions
Readings from authors in Issues 1 & 2 of Mycelia: Ely Percy, Eris Young, Daniel Pietersen, David McMahon, Mark Bolsover, Katy Lennon and Bragela Hornal.
Followed by Q&A chaired by Noel Chidwick, editor of Shoreline of Infinity (Best Magazine at the British Fantasy Society 2018 Awards).

More details and book tickets here.

Aye Write! 2019

Mycelia Issue 1 authors, Olive M Ritch, Ever Dundas, Ely Percy, Jelle Cauwenberghs and Dan Pietersen, along with performer Charlotte Arnhold, during our event at Aye Write! 2019.