Readers, I am working on part two of the Musea issues connected to my sci-fi novel in progress. Here is a poem that will be a part of that work. From Writing In Science - Sci fi Novel, Poem Collection. See the musea.us website , latest issue for more:
runs by itself
swivels here and there
in search of a light source
a galaxy lit
in the ever night
placing it finally
in an ongoing atlas
of time and place -
Added by Tom Hendricks on April 10, 2013 at 8:31am —
Big List Add ons #4
Glad to announce 5 new inductees to the BIG LIST. It’s the first, best music of the entire net and world, music list. See url that follows.
Each inductee will get their own post. The fourth:
Best Spoken Word on Words, Charles Bukowski, " "So You Want To Be A Writer" (yt).
BIG MUSIC LIST (200 Song – First Worldwide Best Music List)
Added by Tom Hendricks on April 8, 2013 at 9:12pm —
Added by Robin Yourgrave on April 8, 2013 at 7:34pm —
"Iris" zine is a personal artistic illustration to the story, originally written by Herman Hesse. The 20 pages issue with full color illustrations and original quotations in English and Russian is a self published and self composed and cut edition of 65 copies,… Continue
Added by Anvil Rosenkreuz on April 8, 2013 at 2:37pm —
the first work by
Bishra Erathat (anon.)
“Decolonizational Compledictory… Continue
Added by Mauve ZoneGC on April 7, 2013 at 10:53pm —
April 2013. half-sized, 62 pages, photocopied. $3, 3 stamps, or trade
Late as always, it's the new issue of NOTHING! This issue cost a bunch to make, so the price went up.
IN THIS ISSUE:
-issue 4.5 reprint (Stinkhaus… Continue
Added by matt nothing on April 6, 2013 at 11:33am —
Look around where you are now. Are there books (mass marketed writings)?. Are their recordings (mass marketed music)?. Are there dvd's (mass marketed movies)? Are their exact copies of paintings and drawings? Probably not. But why not?
We can now make copies of most paintings that are exact replicas. So why not mass market art like books, music, and movies? I've talked about this a lot in my zine Musea. I'd like to see us artists hold on to the original art and sell… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on April 5, 2013 at 10:44am —
I'm selling all four in print issues of Basic Paper Airplane on the Ms. Valerie Park Distro's Etsy for $5. It's just a way for folks to have them all for cheap: … Continue
Added by Joshua James Amberson on April 5, 2013 at 8:30am —
In a little bit of a zine slump. Moving has put a damper on keeping up with things, but I plan to hit up SF Zine Fest in September. If anyone has any good Bay area zine secrets to share, share! So far I've been to Rock Paper Scissors and Pegasus, which both have nice zine selections. Can't wait to explore this big, wide city...
Added by Bucket Siler on April 3, 2013 at 10:54pm —
Due to the delay cause by unfortunate events that had held issue 1 back for so long, I dumped it into the papernet with some errors and all. Overall, I hope those who have read it enjoyed it.
Issue 2 is in the draft phase, the majority of the material having been researched and written.
Issue 2 will cover the following subjects.
1) Odd Details concerning the Relics of Saints and the Cult of the Saints
2) The life of Montague Summers… Continue
Added by Arcane Angles Zine on April 2, 2013 at 11:05pm —
Do you like arena concerts? Stadium music? Do you think the ticket pricing is fair? Do you get mad when you fight your way in among the thousands and all the best seats up front, down on the floor, are filled with jewelry wearing fat cats that got their tickets for free to promote the concerts? Do you like the excess fees you pay, the lines you stand in, and the parking? When you hear your parents talk about concerts for $5, do you think they are exaggerating?
Here's the problem with… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on April 1, 2013 at 9:02am —
APRIL FOOL'S DAY SPECIAL
Pardon me sir, but have you heard
That on you back there sits a bird?
At first I didn’t even notice,
thought my eyes were out of focus.
Now I think it’s just absurd
that on your back there sits a bird!
Added by Tom Hendricks on April 1, 2013 at 8:33am —