We are raising money to help pay for web hosting, blogtalk radio, venue costs, paper, ink, postage, all those publishing related things. it’s cool. we give a lot of stuff away that is actually quite valuable. thanks for your help.
The Literary Underground is a grassroots effort committed to supporting independent artists and fostering community in the independent press by providing web space, information, and resources for authors, publishers, and readers of underground literature.
What we do:
The Literary Underground website and wiki provide links, information, news and resources related to the creative arts.
Citizens for Decent Literature Press was founded as a project of The Literary Underground. The online edition of Citizens for Decent Literature has some high-falutin’ ideas like giving voice to the voiceless and shit like that. The print zine follows the same suit only in real paper and ink, mailed out and handed out for FREE at readings. CfDL is also committed to printing quality books featuring work from the best of the underground at reasonable prices.
Project U Radio Network, a group of internet radio programs aired on blogtalk radio and available on iTunes. It is one of many projects of The Literary Underground. Our focus is on the marginalized, the subversive, independent DIY creativity. We feature interviews with everyone from bellydancers and psychics to rappers, poets, and revolutionaries with hosts from across the country in New York, Ohio, Indiana, New Mexico, Colorado, Texas, California.
Events Ohio, Illinois, Colorado, New Mexico, California, Washington more info here http://theliteraryunderground.org/events
This is Poetry is a project of The Literary Underground, an online publication of poems, a book series and live events. The project will ultimately result in an eight-volume collection of poetry, each volume representing poets from a specific geographic region as well as several special collections. These perfect-bound books will be published under Citizens for Decent Literature Press and released onto the world with a kickass event in each geographic region represented.
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Nothing to Lose Internet Radio
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