Nov 04

Screamin’ Skull Press: New releases from TONY NESCA AND NICOLE I NESCA

Broken Pencil Canzine 2014

Screamin’ Skull Press (http://screamingskullpress.blogspot.ca/) presents a duel book release from TONY NESCA AND NICOLE I NESCA HOBO Hobo is the sixth novel of underground writer Tony Nesca, a rambunctious, rebellious drunk-happy love story about a struggling writer who moonlights as a Night Watchman at a college located right in the middle of the ghetto. His …

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Oct 19

New Issue of Menacing Hedge

Fall 2014 Edition of Menacing Hedge is here!   www.menacinghedge.com The Fall 2014 Edition of Menacing Hedge is our biggest issue ever. It is chock full of poetry, short stories, interviews, and reviews. It also features the ethereal work of the artist Stephen O’Donnell, who has graciously allowed us to feature his artwork and who …

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Oct 15

Call for Submissions: Midnight Lane Boutique

Midnight Lane Boutique seeks street-themed poetry of 8 lines or less. All accepted work is published on a rolling basis, with each poet receiving a feature of his or her work. As added bonuses, the boutique creates interactive bios to promote the poets it publishes, and utilizes not one, but two models for archiving their …

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Sep 30

Call for Submissions: The Multiple eXposure Project Zine 1.0

Call for Submissions: The Multiple eXposure Project Zine 1.0 Attention writers, researchers, photographers, visual artists, and image-makers! The Multiple eXposure Project is a multimedia, multi/trans/inter-disciplinary artistic practice and research-based initiative that explores the many layers of image-making, participatory photography, visual ethnography, and performative encounter(s) between the image and the spectator. We are happy to announce …

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Sep 05

LU Events Coming Up Next Week — Tennessee & North Carolina

ONE NIGHT ONLY. FRIDAY, September 12th 8:00pm CDT @ Uncommon Grounds, 1053 Donelson Ave, Old Hickory, Tennessee 37138 with featured readers Stephanie Bryant Anderson, Nadia Bruce-Rawlings, Michele McDannold, Karl Koweski, John Swain and Jonathan Finn Formica. https://www.facebook.com/events/563566337083075/ VOICES FROM BROKEN WINDOWS. SATURDAY, September 13th 8:00pm EDT @ Dead Wax Records, 230 Morganton Blvd SW Suite …

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Aug 01

THIS IS POETRY VOLUME 1 WOMEN OF THE SMALL PRESS

THIS IS POETRY VOLUME 1 WOMEN OF THE SMALL PRESS ORDER NOW $15 Paperback: 120 pages Publisher: Citizens for Decent Literature Press (July 31, 2014) Language: English ISBN-10: 069226695X ISBN-13: 978-0692266953 CONTINENTAL USA ONLY INTERNATIONAL ORDERS MUST BE PLACED THROUGH AMAZON. SORRY. POSTAGE SUCKS CONTRIBUTORS: Stephanie Bryant Anderson, Arlene Ang, C.V. Auchterlonie, Francesca Bell, Iris …

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Jul 10

Get Ready, Springfield! The poets are coming…

FREE and OPEN to the public. The Literary Underground is pleased to present “This is Poetry” sponsored by Citizens for Decent Literature Press, Punk Hostage Press, Red Fez Publications, Zygote in my Coffee and Blotterature Literary Magazine. AUGUST 9th 7-10PM. The Legacy Theatre, 101 E. Lawrence Ave., Springfield, IL. FEATURED PERFORMERS: Ron Whitehead, Ryder Collins, …

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Apr 17

Call for submissions: The Parenthetical Review

The Parenthetical Review is seeking works of fiction and creative non-fiction for its forthcoming online edition. Submissions should be approximately 5,000 words. Humor, speculative fiction, research-based non-fiction and immersion journalism will all be considered. The deadline for submissions is 15 May. All work can be e-mailed as an attachment to submissions@parentheticalreview.com Visit: www.parentheticalreview.com to see …

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Apr 15

grassroots, yo

ok. so i don’t like kickstarter. first of all there’s the fees. we already operate in the red, so fuck that. also, there’s a bunch of crap you gotta fill out and i’m lazy sometimes and i didn’t feel like it. also, you have to send out “rewards” to everyone… see reason #1. and isn’t …

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Apr 07

Butter-Coating Our Art, Or How I Gave Up Caring About What Is Art and Focused on Enjoying Art

Let me first say: this is going to be the one and only butter reference that I’ll ever make in a blog post. Promise. (I keep saying how no one will let me live down that one time that I might’ve danced in a kiddie pool of butter at a Jacksonville, IL poetry reading, but I’m partially to …

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