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Periodicals: ARTERI / KidCulture / Guides: Cyprus Contemporary Art Map / Books: MOOJAG / GOALKEEPER

ARTERI - Cyprus’ Arts & Creative Industries magazine

A trilingual periodical published from 2007-2012 in English, Greek and Turkish, to promote and celebrate the work of Cypriot and Cyprus based creative professionals. ARTERI was the first and only bi-communal publication, issued in all three of Cyprus’ primary spoken languages.
ARTERI also produced a DVD of 'Cypriot Short Films', released with Issue 5, and hosted the Guerrilla Girls in Cyprus, in 2007 at Intercollege and TekniArt school.

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Guerrilla Girls - Politis
Guerrilla Girls - Phileleftheros
Guerrilla Girls - Cyprus Weekly
Guerrilla Girls - Simerini
Guerrilla Girls - Cyprus Mail

KidCulture - Cyprus’ first parenting, education and eco lifestyle magazine
A quarterly publication, issued in English and Greek, distributed to schools and bookshops from 2009-2012.

©AccessArts Publications
In 2010, as part of the 10:10 Climate Change Campaign, KidCulture hosted a screening of the ‘Age of Stupid’ at the Pantheon Cinema, Lefkosia, with a live panel discussion led by Charalambos Theopemptou, Manfred Lange, Marga Jann, Loizos Papadopulos & Dave Powell. KidCulture also organised the KidCulture Expo - Cyprus' first eco family festival, in Lefkosia.

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Cyprus Contemporary Art Map - Access Arts published two art maps locating the contemporary art venues and galleries across the island, 2007-2008.

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Moojag and the Auticode Secret is N.E. Mcmorran’s Nautilus Award winning debut novel - a cli-fi adventure about identity, sustainability, and freedom. The story reflects the author’s experiences growing up undiagnosed and her journey to late autism diagnosis.
The book was published in print, digital and audio formats, by an inclusive team of autistic professionals, and wonderfully illustrated by Cyprus based Japanese artist, Chiaki Kamikawa.

Illustration © C. Kamikawa / Moojag 2020

Goalkeeper: Memoir of Poet Peter Street, edited in collaboration with Street, this childhood memoir is a sensitive and honest portrayal, through a poetic autistic lens, of growing up with undiagnosed autism and epilepsy in an unconventional family during the 1950s and 60s. A heartwarming, witty, unique and vivid social document of the period, highlighting much of the discrimination still faced by minority and disabled communities today.

Goalkeeper cover image / Spondylux Press 2021