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Comment by On Lives on March 2, 2010 at 10:31am

It is our great pleasure to announce the release of Blink and the World Goes Blank by Filbert Conroy.

Blink and the World Goes Blank is Filbert Conroy’s first collection of microfiction. It is a loosely intertwined narrative of 56 short chapters, some only a sentence long, about the search for meaning in places devoid of it. Feeling lost or feeling found, Conroy makes it clearer why we feel anything at all.

Price: $2.99 USD + s&h
Type: Pocket-sized Booklet
Page count: 36, Black & White

You may read more about this release on the Filbert Conroy microsite, or purchase it in the On Lives Store.
Comment by Saling Pusa Distro/closed on February 6, 2010 at 3:14pm
I'm planning to open a distro early March and I am looking for submissions to build the catalogue. I am interested in thoughtfully made and thought-provoking zines, and mental health and self identity are themes that i am very interested in. but i am also always open to other zines as long as they are insync with my beliefs and stand. you can visit the website and view the distro faqs. you can also email me at i_reply@live.com for submissions and other questions.
Comment by Zach Hamilton on February 5, 2010 at 9:26pm
I need HELP!
Submissions gladly collected for my next zine At:
Zach Hamilton
917 SW OAK Street
Portland, Oregon
Check my blog for wierdness/normal (acy):
Comment by WinterMuse on February 5, 2010 at 9:06am
Hey, I've had a break from my perzine 'Cats Teeth' but just completed #4. If you'd like to trade then leave me a comment or email me: wintermuse@gmail.com.

It's about living on my own, empowerment and independence, taking on a lover, my first attempts at a three-way relationship, desire and addiction, darkness, succubi, night-time realm. (Pictures on my profile)
Comment by Hal Niedzviecki on January 2, 2010 at 12:33pm
hey, hal n. here, fiction editor of broken pencil: the magazine of zine culture and the independent arts. wanted to let everyone know that we are now accepting submissions for our online short story contest The Indie Writers Deathmatch III. it's a super fun contest, the winners get publication in broken pencil plus prizes and cash. please help by telling people about the contest! complete info is at http://www.brokenpencil.com/deathmatch
also we're looking for people to act as commentators to the action, it will be fun and you get advertising on the site throughout the contest, which last year was viewed by 20,000 or so people. if interested, send me a message.
Comment by Aleathia Drehmer on December 21, 2009 at 11:17pm
I have a microzine of poetry and prose called Durable Goods and you can check my profile here for information concerning that.
Comment by We'll Never Have Paris on December 10, 2009 at 9:36pm
WTF is going on? I have sold one copy of We'll Never Have Paris online everday this week. I'm thrilled and now sold out, but what the hell is going on?
Comment by Dan C on December 10, 2009 at 8:23pm
I'm putting together a (maga)zine of stories under 500 words. Our first issue is out and we're now accepting submissions for our second. Ordering info and submission guidelines are available on our website: http://conciselymagazine.blogspot.com/. People submitting work should understand that we are being selective about which pieces we receive to publish.
Comment by theinnertiger on December 9, 2009 at 7:50pm
Hi, I'm part of a writers group in Melbourne, Australia and we've just published a zine of short stories called southpaw grammar. It features work by Benjamin Solah, Sam Stoker, Ben Pearmain, Alex Ettling and Frankie Cole, who've tackled topics from failed dates to fishing, vegan extremes to the undead.
If anyone would like to trade with us that would be rad... sends your to
The Southpaw Grammar Writers Group
8/125 Separation St, Northcote, Victoria, 3070, Australia

and we will send you one back. Promise.

x S
Comment by Isabel Quintero-Flores on November 19, 2009 at 8:31pm
Hello all! I am working on a literary zine called Ordinary. Please feel free to check out my blog for submission guidelines at ordinaryzine.blogspot.com The guidelines are pretty basic and I am still looking for submissions.

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