Rosie Roberts

Rosie Roberts is an illustrator and print maker based in London. 

Poetry / Issue IX

Attach To A Place

by August Kleinzahler

illustrator Rosie Roberts

Attach to a place
It attaches to you
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Poetry / Issue IX

The Idea of Order

by Rowan Ricardo Phillips

illustrator Rosie Roberts

A Hawaiian shirt over a bulletproof vest,
Slumped in a beach chair, its back to the ocean.
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Poetry / Issue IX

Four Poems - Robert Travers

by Robert Travers

illustrator Rosie Roberts

For casks of mixed Dutch grog, a chunk of secant,
wampum, changed hard hands dirty with want.
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Poetry / Issue IX

Where Not to Put Things

by Daisy Fried

illustrator Rosie Roberts

Failed poems about sex, ball of yarn
twists from pink to green
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Art / 2 December 2013

Frieze London 2013 Sketchbook

illustrator Rosie Roberts

coordination Claudia Vitarelli

A brief report from the 2013 edition of contemporary art fair Frieze London. Read more...

Abstracts / Issue VIII

Grey Conspiracy: Qr Code Hypnosis

by Erin Sheehy

illustrator Rosie Roberts

You are getting very sleepy. Your eyelids are getting heavy. You are going down, down, down. When you close your eyes, do you notice the fireworks behind your eyelids... Read more...

Abstracts / Issue VIII

Grey Conspiracy: Peak Love

by Julian Gough

illustrator Rosie Roberts

America is totally dependent on love. She couldn't function without it. But she hasn’t been able to satisfy her own needs from her own resources since the 1970s. Increasingly, she is dependent on the love of others. Read more...

Abstracts / Issue VII

Grey Music: The Changing Tide

by Erin Sheehy

illustrator Rosie Roberts

There has been an unprecedented spate of country reissues this year, and while many of these contain familiar names, some small record labels have rekindled interest in country music’s true misfits, the people too bizarre to ever make it big themselves. Read more...

Abstracts / Issue VI

Lost And Found

by Erin Sheehy

illustrator Rosie Roberts

The dead speak to me nearly every day. Sometimes one comes to me alone, other times a piercing chorus of female phantasms trails him, keening, and I am gutted, moved to the point of tears. Read more...

Abstracts / Issue VI

The President On The Rocks

by Aaron Ayscough

illustrator Rosie Roberts

I don’t mean overalls, although they are frowned upon at state funerals, depending on the state. I mean our presidents’ choice of presidential beverage. Read more...

Poetry / Issue V

Beethoven – Black or White?

by JM Parham

illustrator Rosie Roberts

And her long white dress embroidered
With buds and leaves and thorny stems
And secret roots and blooms of roses
In her house above the Thames Read more...