Chroma was founded in 2004 by writer Shaun Levin to create a platform for international queer writing in the UK.
‘the premier print magazine for gay and lesbian prose writers, poets and artists’
Richard Labonte, Bookmarks
Published twice a year, the journal promoted edgy, lyrical, and challenging prose, poetry and artwork by lesbian, gay, bi and trans writers and artists from around the world.
Chroma was generously supported by Arts Council England
‘another excellent issue…’
‘…shaping up into a very good literary journal
‘…striking visual content’ and ‘overall breadth of originality’
‘the most significant development in queer wrtiting in recent years was the arrival in 2004 of the journal Chroma, which offers perhaps the most radiant hope for the future.’
John McCullough, Wolf Magazine