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Victoria, BC
Canada

ineffable is a literature & arts magazine that seeks to rouse and relish in the “unspeakable”: the erotic voice, the spiritual fever, the fiercely beautiful. We seek to provide established and up-and-coming artists with a medium for representation, displaying earnest work and creativity while withholding nothing. ineffable is an experiment in open identity and self-expression.

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In•eff•a•ble /ɪnˈɛfəbəl/ — too extreme to be expressed in words; that which must not be uttered

In•eff•a•ble /ɪnˈɛfəbəl/ — too extreme to be expressed in words; that which must not be uttered.

ineffable is a literature & arts magazine based in Victoria, BC, that focuses on boundary-breaking contemporary Canadian and international art. We seek to rouse and relish in the “unspeakable”: the erotic voice, the spiritual fever, the fiercely beautiful. ineffable provides established and up-and-coming artists with a medium for representation, displaying earnest work and creativity while withholding nothing. It is an experiment in open identity and self-expression.

ineffable is currently a non-profit organization that serves as a platform to showcase ground-breaking work by established, emerging, and predominately Canadian artists and writers ineffable does not claim the rights to artists' images and works, all of which have been reproduced with permission. 

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Editors

 

Julia Serena is a writer and a dreamer who recently completed her master's in English literature in Victoria, British Columbia.  Creatively and intellectually, she is most interested in the intersection of mysticism, eroticism and psychedelia.

 

 

 

 

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Hayley Evans is a writer and editor currently dwelling on the West Coast in Victoria, BC. She is a regular contributor to Beautiful/Decay and Illusion magazines, a personal style blogger (styleraven.com), and a freelance editor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kate Juniper is a writer and professional editor originally from the UK. She moved to the beautiful Victoria, BC, four years ago, and has since fallen in love with the place that's now home. Besides reading and writing about her two great loves, books and art, each day, she delights in rain-or-shine road trips and discovery of any sort.