Strix is a magazine of poetry and short fiction, launched in May 2017. In its first year of publication, Strix has been admired by Carol Rumens in The Guardian (‘—handsome, streamlined and sharp-eyed’) and was shortlisted for Best Magazine in the prestigious Saboteur Awards.
Strix appears three times a year, featuring the best short fiction and poetry it can gets its claws on—from both established writers, and those in the earlier stages of their writing life.
The fonts used in Strix are rare Venetian incunable types, and the papers used are one hundred percent audited recycled stock. The magazines are printed by Leeds-based print collective Footprint, and are hand-bound in our Leeds studio.
Strix is edited and published from Leeds, England. The editors are SJ Bradley, Ian Harker and Andrew Lambeth.