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We're pretty flexible with our writers; all we ask is that you submit at least one piece for publicationevery two months. Bloggers must be able to adhere to editorial deadlines.
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Pandora Press is now looking for submissions for its second issue! The theme is sex. Here are some suggestions in which you could go with this theme:
Sex in cultureSex in the media – literature/music/zines/mainstream press/filmSex and religionGender and/or sexual identityLGBTQ issuesSex and love/relationshipsSex-positive feminismSex throughout historySocial attitudes to sexPrejudices surrounding sexSexual violenceSexualisation/raunch cultureSex for sale: pornography/prostitutionAnd anything else you can think of!
As well as general articles, people are encouraged to submit some of the following:
Cover artPoetryFictionCartoonsInterior art/illustrationsReviews:- Films- Music- Blogs- ZinesInterviewsMusician ProfileSwansea Women’s News/Events
The deadline for the autumn issue is 2nd October 2011.
Contributors should be from the UK, preferably Wales! Submissions from all genders are welcome. Just email your ideas, questions, or submissions to:
Not Lonely #6
This issue of my perzine is largely concerned with a recent trip I made to Holland. I write about getting there (despite a fear of flying), exploring Rotterdam and Amsterdam and going to a fairytale-themed amusement park, the Efteling. I talk about differences between British and Dutch culture and wonder if I'd like to move over there. There is also an (unrelated) item about books I loved as a child, as well as the "usual" handwritten introduction. The zine was made cut-and-paste style with lots of different layouts, collages and photos from my Holland excursion.A6 (quarter-sized), 40 pages, pretty text-heavy.
The Malcontents' Book Club #1
The Malcontents' Book Club is like a book blog, only in zine form. Within it I review (often scathingly) 10 books, including fiction, memoirs and nonfiction. The zine is made cut and paste style with lots of different collages and layouts.
A6 (quarter sized), 40 pages, pretty text-heavy.
They're £1.50 each in the UK, including postage. Get them here!
I'd like to plug my blog Fox & Comet : www.foxandcomet.blogspot.com It's where I write about my zine Toastycats as well as other illustration work and art.
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