In the World of Trina Robbins

To read a Trina Robbins comic is to enter an alternate history: one in which the legions of women who entered the industry as writers, artists, and editors during the war years of the 1940s were never driven back out.

Call for Submissions: Serviette Magazine Issue 5

Serviette is a magazine about all things food: where it comes from, who grows or cooks it, and how it’s […]

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Introducing Sarah Steinberg

If only I hadn’t left my fur hat on the 97 bus six years ago, I’m sure we would have […]

Error State

By skot deeming Somewhere on the cover of this issue is a code. A pixelated square that at first glance looks […]

Editor’s Note

By Lindsay Gibb I want to write a love letter to the library. A big part of this desire comes from […]

The Fishermen and the Goose

By Patrick Horner Indie Writers’ Deathmatch 2010 Semi-Finalist Harold wiped the sweat from his forehead with the sleeve of his t-shirt […]


By Amy Dupcak Indie Writers’ Deathmatch 2010 Semi-Finalist I never told anybody, but under the stage are four “rooms.” Without walls […]

Three Dudes, Some Drugs, and a Bear

By Jordan Abel Indie Writers’ Deathmatch 2010 Runner-Up By the time the acid took hold, we were halfway to Edmonton. Tommy […]


By Martha Grover Martha Grover is currently a student in the creative writing MFA program at the California College of Arts […]

The Rabble of Downtown Toronto

The following pages are an excerpt from my latest comic, The Rabble of Downtown Toronto. If you’re familiar with my […]