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I know we're all going to do it, so I guess we could keep it neat and tidy by putting it all in one thread. So here goes, JUST post about your new issue in this thread, don't discuss or reply, that way new members can easily see what output we're all responsible for!

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Candy or Medicine Vol. 17 is out now! This issue features "The Training Beard" by Bobby Mono, "Pizza Bill" by
Jon Light, some lesser known awareness organizations by M Young,
"Dungeon Dudes" by Buttersword, "Waltz No. 7" by Harry Nordlinger and
front and back covers by Willard Herman. Good stuff all around.

You can order on the Candy or Medicine Etsy page or click the Paypal button below to order. Sixteen pages for $1.50 shipped.

This took me forever but I have some good interviews with Justin from Retox and George from Blacklisted.

Numerous show reviews and album reviews. This has a whole lot of pacific northwest music. Murderess, Black Queen, Dogshredder & more.
Plus Stanton Moore Trio and Melt Banana (a few others)

http://vincentpghpa.bigcartel.com/product/long-time-coming-music-fa...

I also have some of issue 2 left and I'm working on issue 4.

http://vincentpghpa.bigcartel.com/product/long-time-coming-music-fa...

Hey all! I just finished my very zine! It's available to purchase at my etsy shop or I'm up for trades! X

http://www.etsy.com/listing/98939203/bloomurder-a-perzine

Attachments:

the newest issue of Deafula is out, hooray! #3 is about spokesperson anxiety, identity politics in deaf culture, how to take a relay call, and a list of the top five awesome things about being deaf (ever wonder what silence is like for deaf people? or the sound of music or water?) and the top five stupidest things (i get a little riled up about talk radio and stand up comedy. heh.) 

i letterpressed the covers (myself!) and it's 36 pages, quarter sized. you can buy it from me directly for 3 dollars, postage paid. email me for my addy at thecityonfire@gmail.com. or you can buy from etsy. also i LOVE trades and will totally trade for your zine. i especially like perzines and zines that are stories or memories or about hard times or good times or transitions or positivity, but i will pretty much read whatevers. 

This took me forever but I have some good interviews with Justin from Retox and George from Blacklisted.

Numerous show reviews and album reviews. This has a whole lot of pacific northwest music. Murderess, Black Queen, Dogshredder & more.
Plus Stanton Moore Trio and Melt Banana (a few others)

http://vincentpghpa.bigcartel.com/product/long-time-coming-music-fa...

I also have some of issue 2 left and I'm working on issue 4.

http://vincentpghpa.bigcartel.com/product/long-time-coming-music-fa...




Good to see your new issue is out. My latest Ken Chronicles was completed on Friday & I could send you one if you'd still like to trade.



Deafula said:

the newest issue of Deafula is out, hooray! #3 is about spokesperson anxiety, identity politics in deaf culture, how to take a relay call, and a list of the top five awesome things about being deaf (ever wonder what silence is like for deaf people? or the sound of music or water?) and the top five stupidest things (i get a little riled up about talk radio and stand up comedy. heh.) 

i letterpressed the covers (myself!) and it's 36 pages, quarter sized. you can buy it from me directly for 3 dollars, postage paid. email me for my addy at thecityonfire@gmail.com. or you can buy from etsy. also i LOVE trades and will totally trade for your zine. i especially like perzines and zines that are stories or memories or about hard times or good times or transitions or positivity, but i will pretty much read whatevers. 

Sure thing Ken, let's trade!

Okay... I think I still have your address; will get that out in a day or two.

The Cenacle | #80 | April 2012 | 17th Anniversary Issue

Download link: http://www.scriptorpress.com/cenacle/80.html

[Size = 3.7 MB]

 

Hello everyone,

 

It’s been nearly six months since the last issue. It’s taken awhile for me to find again some solid ground within after the sudden loss of my dear friend JBIII. Aside from the strange salving powers of time, this was accomplished by turning to my beloved KD, & also to the several dear friends whose contributions appear in The Cenacle’s 17th anniversary issue.

 

I invited contributors to join me in creating an issue of remembrance for those lost to the world, or simply passed from their lives. The results are as varied as the people contributing.

    

The contents of this new issue include:

* Poetry by Ric Amante, Tom Sheehan, Martina Newberry, Zannemarie Lloyd Taylor, Joe Ciccone, Judih Haggai, Raymond Soulard, Jr., & newcomer Nathan D. Horowitz.

* New fixtion by Raymond Soulard, Jr.

* Classic fiction by Herman Melville

* Excerpt by John Perry Barlow from Birth of a Psychedelic Culture

* Photography by Kassandra & Raymond Soulard, Jr.

* From Soulard’s Notebooks commentary

* Notes from New England by Raymond Soulard Jr.

* “Travel to Belize” journal by Charlie Beyer

JBIII was a great fan of, & frequent contributor to, The Cenacle. This issue is dedicated, with love, to him. It was this love for him, & a devotion to Art I share with him still, that brought this issue into being finally. KD & I hope you enjoy it. 

 Peace,

Raymond

This is an excellent idea.

http://electricwindmillpress.com/4.html
Issue #4 of Electric Windmill, featuring work from:

Alex Aro
Randall Avilez
Chris Bird
Jake St. John
Sara L. Johnson
R.F. Kramer
Kevin Ridgeway
Kate Whitman
Dylan Vatne
TheAllKnowingHead
Guido Vermeulen
Linda M. Crate
John Grey
R.F. Kramer
Keith Aaron Townley
Sarah L. Johnson
Eleanor Leonne Bennett
John Yohe

Find out more about any one of our contributors on pages 65-66 of the PDF doc!


You may be interested in our publication, especially this issue, if you enjoy exuberance in art.


Entitled "And what has become of our beauteous America, Jack?" Issue #4 was released in honor of Jack Kerouac on his birthday.

It includes: Poems, Stories, Articles, Photographs, Collages, and a Comic

This is a special extended issue, 68 pages long with 33 pieces from 19 contributors (including those individuals listed above, along with editorial content!)

Electric Windmill is an independent book publisher and monthly literary-arts publication. We've nothing to do with windmills or electricity in a literal sense, but we do hope to generate a self-empowering community where artists and thinkers of different, but equally important mediums and ideologies can co-exist.

View the online PDF version for free, or order a copy of the print edition.
http://electricwindmillpress.com/4.html

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