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The Teacup Symposium needs your poetry! 8 Replies

Started by The Teacup Symposium Press. Last reply by Whitering Jun 12, 2012.

Hypnogogue Issue 1 - Call For Submissions

Started by J W Rogerson Feb 17, 2012.

call for submissions: animal performance poetry zine!

Started by Tawnee Smith Jan 14, 2012.

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Comment by Hot Trash Zine on December 12, 2014 at 11:48am

HOT TRASH ZINE IS NOW TAKING SUBMISSIONS FOR VOL 4! Send us yr poetry, writings, art, photos, or whatever you got at hottrashzine@mail.com. Check out our stuff at Hot Trash Store and Hot Trash Facebook Page

Comment by Lubomyr Tymkiv on October 19, 2014 at 11:45pm

my modest visual poetry to exchange (mailposht@gmail.com, I will be glad my zines, send to you)

Comment by Solve's Dad on October 13, 2014 at 12:36pm

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.

Comment by Hand Job Zine on July 29, 2014 at 2:14pm

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

Hand Job Zine Issue 6 is in the making!

As always, we are looking for new and varied writing and artwork to publish in our pages.

If you have never heard of us before, we are a UK anarchist literary zine, although our writing and artwork doesn't always have to represent our political view it does have to be truly British. This is the only real guideline. We like it to represent the people and places that usually get forgotten by the media and be honest in it's content. If you don't think it fits with this though, send it on over anyway as we do love a good story!

Also, if anyone is interested in illustrating a story or poem this is an area that we really like to pursue, so drop us an email with a link to some of your work and we'll try to send you something out that seems to fit with your style.

handjobzine@gmail.com

handjobzine.wordpress.com

Look forward to the subs! 

All the best,

Hand Job Zine

ANARCHY & FREEDOM

Comment by Hot Trash Zine on July 23, 2014 at 12:32pm

Hot Trash Zine is a Bay Area feminist art and music zine. We provide an OPEN space for anyone and everyone to be an artist, a writer, a poet, and an activist. We take open submissions, so send your art and writings to hottrashzine@mail.com. No entries will be turned away for extreme vulgarity or obscenity, so be as nasty, as dirty, and as trashy as you want. 
This is free speech, baby.

Check us out hottrashzine.storenvy.com

Comment by Orla Foster on July 22, 2014 at 2:15am
Comment by Rasasvada on July 18, 2014 at 10:16am

Hey give our latest monthly a read? Working on july's issue now if you want to send anything our way... 
http://www.rasasvada.net/index.php/zine/ataraxia/175-ataraxia-vol-6

Comment by Sean Andress on June 29, 2014 at 5:37pm

Hi, I have a new poetry zine up for sale here: seanandress.etsy.com

It's 20 pages in length and features a hand-made cover.

Comment by Aijung Kim on June 15, 2014 at 6:43am

I have re-released a couple of poetry books that were out of circulation for years in my shop: https://www.etsy.com/shop/SproutHead My mini-zine "Genius (Love)" and my poetry chapbook "Non Sense." Check them out!

Comment by Rasasvada on April 29, 2014 at 4:59pm

Ataraxia Vol 4! Check it out? International talent for the first time! 

http://issuu.com/rasasvada/docs/ataraxiaonlinevol4 

 

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