In celebration of the end of copyright on the 1st edition of Ulysses.
Emmy the Great’s musical guide to bluffing the book; the BBC’s Jeremy Mortimer on his upcoming radio dramatisation of the novel; Steven Cole on putting it out over Twitter; an interview with comic artist Robert Berry, of ‘Ulysses “Seen” ‘.
Plus: how to read without really having to.
Has contributed recipes to both issues of Banner so far. In the first, he talked about his experiences in Malaysia, and offered us a salad; in the second, he’s provided three great recipes for making use of offal.
A writer and a student of American literature, Alex closed issue 2 with his story of athletics and pot smoking, ‘Track and Field’.
Helps us proofread Banner. He also opened issue 1, with a short story called ‘Summer’.
Chris Woolfrey writes or has written for The Quietus, The Stool Pigeon, 405 Magazine and Don’t Panic, among others. He Co-Edits Banner, and contributed ‘Whose Story Is It?’, an article about copyright ownership, to issue 2.
Co-Editor of The Literateur, Dan Eltringham wrote a piece on his travels in Guatemala for issue 1, and has submitted a poem called ‘Ithaca / Entropy’ to issue 2.
In issue 2, Dino Dimopoulos provided us with details on how to construct fake limbs using offal. He makes short films and music videos as part of the directorial partnership The Unthank Alliance.
Making music as Emmy the Great, Emma-Lee Moss wrote us a piece on how to bluff that you’ve read Ulysses for issue 2.
A photographer, writer and actress, Hanna contributed a photo story to issue 2.
Jeremy is an executive producer in BBC Radio Drama. For Banner issue 2, he wrote up his thoughts on producing ‘Ulysses’ for BBC Radio 4, and the sounds the radio recording gave rise to.
Lawrence Homewood is a graphic designer, and it’s his photograph on the back cover of issue 2.
Contributing the story ‘An Open Brief’ to issue 2, M. J. Zacharewicz is a writer who lives in London.
Matt helps out with Banner, mostly with proofreading.
Has contributed to both Banners so far. In issue 1, a photo of ‘Laguna Drive’, which accompanied Alex Allen’s poem of the same name; in issue 2, a lovely photograph of a cat.
Philip Maltman is a painter and poet. For issue 2, he contributed the poem ‘Proetus’, with its accompanying painting. The poem is from his poem cycle ‘Nulysses’.
A painter and cartoonist based in Philadelphia, U.S. For issue 2, Sophie Bew interviewed Robert about his work on ‘Ulysses “Seen” ‘, a graphic novel adaptation of ‘Ulysses’. It’s available online and on the iPad.
Is working with Banner to make us better with ‘the press’. She also wrote a piece on public libraries for issue 1, and works in the children’s book industry.
Banner’s designer-in-residence, Sarah Carter lives and works in London, as a graphic designer.
Is Co-Editor of Banner. She also works as a stylist and likes to travel. She interviewed Robert Berry about his graphic novel ‘Ulysses “Seen”‘ for Issue 2.
A professional Tweeter for a department of the U.S government, Steve Cole organised an on-mass Tweeting of ‘Ulysses’, over 24 hours, on 16 June 2011. For issue 2, Banner interviewed him about it.
Zak Klein is a writer and filmmaker based in London. In issue 2 he wrote on reading, and why it’s not necessarily a good thing to read everything to the end, and in issue 1 he detailed his time living, temporarily, in Brooklyn, New York.