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the new wiseblood is out! #64 . . . always free . . . trades? hell yeah! plenty of stories in this one. if you got a few extra bucks send 'em for postage. i'll put wiseblood in a collaged envelope for ya.
wiseblood! spreading chaos since 1984!
contact me here or write me . . . 1304 175th Pl. NE, Bellevue, WA 98008
Hi All we are helping some friends with a new lit zine particularly looking for multi-lingual work! Please share! : )
we publish flash fiction and poetry in our zine ataraxia and all types of literature on our website always looking for submissions!
wiseblood 63 is out! always free! guaranteed to delight! "enjoy yourself, it's later than you think!" . . . contact me here or at 1304 175th Pl. NE, Bellevue, WA 98008
god bless you all!
Howdy – apologies for all the words…
I’m putting together a poncho-come-zine-library this summer that I’m gonna tour around some of the UK’s more generic-lit-fests to advocate DIY-publishing as a method of getting aspiring authors/writers/artists/whatevers to get their work out into the physical public domain and away from the ocean that is the internet. In the face of major publishers and profiteers, I hope to champion creativity and expressionism as a reason to distribute your work, rather than for the dolla.
I’m calling for ziners/zinesters to send me copies of their work so that I might wear their wares, to use as examples of the variety of creative work that you’ll come across exploring the all-powerful zine. It will help to draw attention to the artists included (I’ll keep contact info to point interested readers in the right direction), as well as encourage more into the community. Whether your art is the zine itself – or you use it as a medium to get your work across, whether your zine-making is politically charged or whimsical nonsence, I want to see it and use it to demonstrate the many splinters that this medium consists of. I’ll be sticking around England probably this summer, but I’d love to get work from around the world, in any language and targeting any demographic.
I’m getting materials together now for an event I’m attending in a months time, so the sooner you could send your work my way, the sooner I can start showing people how shit-hot you are. In return (include your mail address somewhere) I’ll be sending out copies of my short-story zine’s to those who want them (there also available here: irreverentink.bigcartel.com where I waffle on more about what I’m trying to do). Please get in touch with us through the site, or @apstwatter, or skip cordialities and send stuff straight to:
Irreverent Ink 123 Josiah RdNorthfieldBirminghamB31 5DG
I’ll try and tweet reviews of what I’m sent, and equally would appreciate all the plugs. Much love and many many high fives.
Alex/Irreverence Inc./Irreverent Ink
New Wiseblood! #62 . . . pill poppin' . . . baby hatin' . . . chain smokin' . . . the una-bombers fave zine! Wiseblood. Always free . . . love trades! love other people's zines! but you don't have to have a zine to get one. love people who just chill.
1304 175th Pl, NE, Bellevue WA 98008
love you guys!
HOT TRASH ZINE IS NOW TAKING SUBMISSIONS FOR VOL 4! Send us yr poetry, writings, art, photos, or whatever you got at email@example.com. Check out our stuff at Hot Trash Store and Hot Trash Facebook Page.
The 2014 Madison Zine Fest will be a day-long celebration of creatively subversive print culture.
It will be on Saturday, Nov. 1, 11AM-5PM, at Madison's Central Public Library, 201 W Mifflin St.
Like Lightning #2 - 1/4-sized, 24 pages, blue opalescent card-stock cover with gold lightning bolt decal.
Like the first issue, Like Lightning #2’s format is inspired by Anne Carson’s “Short Talks”—brief vignettes on various topics. Unlike the first issue, #2 shares snapshots of a single story. Our woman burns down her childhood home, changes her name and hair color and runs away, first south, then west, to find a new place and state of existence. Sort of a perzine, sort of a literary zine.
On Adairs Run
Driving through the mountains fills her with joy and sadness. The angry crags, the ravines, the rusty train tracks cutting through the terrain, the long, winding roads leading off to nowhere, the intersections with two cars, the small, secluded houses, the rundown, clapboard fruit stands teetering over the soft shoulders of Adairs Run. If only she could press down her palm, flatten everything out and then sprinkle a layer of dust, she’d feel as though she’s made it to her Oklahoma. So close, and yet. She see rivers and rusted-out pick-up trucks and people fly-fishing. The sun singes the trees red.
Message me if you’d like to trade or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This is a call for submissions!
Occult Geometry is a newly established zine, primarily focused on poetry and prose around a monthly theme. We also accept any medium of visual art.
The theme of our upcoming September publication is "Seasonal Transitions" and we are accepting submissions right up until August 29.
Check out or website at occultgeometry.weebly.com or Twitter at twitter.com/occultgeometry. Submit to email@example.com.
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