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There is no doubt in the case of Tre, that the pen is mightier than the sword.  Tre is a powerhouse of poetry and prose.  An author of several books, the latest one "A New Kind Of Down: The Breath & Bones Of A Writer", our Pixie is an exquisite and prolific writer and, an incredible human being to boot.  She has a wry sense of humour, and the heart of a peaceful warrior. Tre has held hands with us from the moment the Scene & Heard began its journey.  We are delighted and blessed to have her on our team.  Thank-you Tre.


Omar Talib


 In our book, any individual who seeks to externalise their internal workings in writing or visual art is an artist. 

Ayesha Talib Wissanji 


the creators of the scene & heard

The art of humanity in all its various forms, is the most authentic form of an individual’s internal dialogue, a way in which we share ourselves with the external world. 
It is this link to the external world that The Scene & Heard Journal (TSHJ) endeavours to deliver in each and every issue
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contributors to THE SCENE & HEARD

editors' CURRENT bookshelf...

For as long as mankind has been evolving, the expressions of feelings have been communicated from the heart and mind, by way of layers upon layers of creative mediums.  Words have been woven into poetry, stories of fact or fiction, drawings, paintings, adornment, photography, music, dance, architecture, decoration ad-infinitum.


Our journal contains collections of literature and art from across the continents, speaking of, and, to audiences from all journeys of life.  Those with an innate lust and appreciation for the beauty and resonance of artistry.  
We hope you will resonate and join us, as readers, and contributing writers & artists.

BUILDING THE SCENE & HEARD JOURNAL MAGAZINE

OUR RESIDENT ARTISTS

Tre L. Loadholt (affectionately our Pixie)