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Hypnogogue Issue 1 - Call For Submissions

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Comment by jimi gherkin on December 10, 2008 at 9:50am
We are also, hosting an open mic session in the evening after the bloew mentioned event for zine readings, poetry, ranting and raving, acoustic music etc, please come along...

Comment by Donald R. Anderson on December 8, 2008 at 10:50am
I've been host and co-host before (for both individual's readings and group readings and informal workshops). And I've been the feature before, and simply been to open mics before. Most of the time it's not really related to zines as much as poetry chapbooks and books or simply sharing poetry.
Comment by Amazing Sunflower on December 7, 2008 at 9:06am
I had a really great poetry reading last Friday night. A couple dozen people were there, mostly friends, it's true, but still an excellent turnout. Folks were really into my poems and I left them wanting more (to brag on myself a little). I sold many issues of my zines and had a really good time.

Do other folks give readings? Do folks find readings a helpful way to get their zines out into the world?

If folks who have not done readings are interested in doing so, I would be so happy to share what's worked for me as far as making it happen.
Comment by Amazing Sunflower on December 7, 2008 at 8:55am
I am working on a poetry project. Here are the bare bones details:

A Poem a Day
An Exercise for January 2009

1) Write some poetry each day during the month of January 2009.

2) Give yourself full permission to write mostly crap. The exercise does not call for a great poem or even a complete poem every day. The object of the exercise is to get you writing.

3) Spend February doing whatever you want with the poems you wrote in January. Ignore them. Revise them. Add bits of them together. Use all the titles to make another poem. Whatever.

4) On March 1, send me the best of what came out of your January writing and your February whatever. Send me your best pieces (one or two or even three really short ones, but no than will fit on a 8½” x 5½” page), and I will compile all I get into a booklet. All contributors get a free copy of the booklet. (Send a one or two sentence bio too, so readers can learn a bit about you.)

If you are interested, please add me as a friend or send me your email address so we can contact each other directly.

I am not interested in being associated with anything sexist, racist, homophobic, etc., so if I feel like any poetry submitted is that kind of bad news, I will contact the poet for a discussion before publishing.
Comment by Whip-ette on December 1, 2008 at 12:59pm
WHIP has it's first ever issue out and we'd love to swap with anyone! it would be really great to swap with some other poetry zines to see what everyone else is up to.
WHIP is full of poetry, a bit of prose, some photographs and a drawing. if you're interested in swapping, just send us a message.
Comment by Moira Clunie on November 18, 2008 at 2:29am
hi, i edit a little poetry zine called woven. issues #4, 5 and 6 are available for trade, or postage, or a nice letter with a poem in it. issue #7 is currently seeking submissions with the theme "science fiction" - please interpret as specifically or as broadly and tangentially as desired. woven has a webpage with more information and news.
Comment by Bird in the Hand Zine Shop on November 6, 2008 at 6:17pm
I have lots of my zines and my distro's zines listed on www.zines.wordpress.com so go see and let me know if you want to order anything. I post round the world.
Comment by Donald R. Anderson on October 30, 2008 at 10:17am
Ah, I didn't see that this thread went from most current to least current and not vice versa, when I read the last few posts.
Comment by Donald R. Anderson on October 30, 2008 at 10:15am
Re: Chantel... For selling I thought about using etsy but basically one could do with less expenses if instead one simply put out their zine info here and people could request to order it, then pay by mail or online with paypal. What do you think?

And yes, we need to unite in the causes of creativity, it is the only thing I can think of to stop the fear-based violence-based politics that's making our world turn more hellish with each president.
Comment by Fallyrag on October 29, 2008 at 1:33pm
hello poets! www.fallyrag.com features at least one poet in every issue and is an important part of the creative section of our creative zine. If you are keen to have your work published please get in touch (creativedirector@fallyrag.com)

We aim to give creative talent exposure across a creative online community and archive all issues so that your poetry is a permanent feature on the site to inspire others and expand the poets fanbase.

Thank you for your time, Jon

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