Zine Libraries are essential resources! Help build one for youth in Hamilton by donating zines.
Our good pal semo distro is helping to start a zine library for youth in downtown Hamilton, Ontario and they need your help! The library will be hosted by the NGen Youth Centre, a community centre for people between the ages of 13 and 24 that is home to a diverse array of events, projects, and programming.
While all zines (personal, political, poetry, art) are welcome, it would be especially sweet to get titles by zinesters with experiences similar to those who come through the centre, which includes migrants, youth of colour, hip-hop heads, youth experiencing homelessness, slam poets, and others.
If you’ve got something that might be up our alley, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We can also cover printing if you’ve got a pdf file of your zine that you can send.
Call for Entries: Aestas 2015
Win money and get published in the Nivalis 2015 anthology. Judges Clare Wallace, Brett Alan Sanders, Anisha Bhaduri and Joanna Ezekiel read for this contest which includes literary fiction, suspense, horror, stories with a historical or mythological bent. Contact email@example.com for queries. $10 entry free.
Now that we’ve got marriage equality in the USA, what’s next? All opinions, rants, esasys, poems, narratives, bits, pieces are welcome. Submissions of all kinds should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org
Indolent Books is putting together an anthology about living with HIV in 2015. All voices are welcome. Read more on their submittable page.