text, images, and new media.
VALUE the insides of things,
vivisection, urgency, risk, elegance, flamboyance, work that moves
us, language that does something new, or does something old--well.
We like iteration and reiteration. Ruins and ghosts. Mechanical,
moving parts, balloons, and frenzy. Buzz us.
WANT art and writing
that demonstrates / interaction; the processes / of things, both
inner and outer; how certain functions are accomplished; how things
become. How they expire. How they move or churn, or stand.
consider anything you see fit to send us.
enjoy traditional forms. We eschew traditional forms. We lie. Send
us annotations, schematics, poems, sentence diagrams, definitions.
Make us love you.
[New submission instructions
We prefer electronic submissions, all things being
equal, but we'll be happy to consider hardcopy, too.
- prose [email@example.com]
- poetry [firstname.lastname@example.org]
- art/queries/else [email@example.com]
Don't sweat the genre definitions; we don't. If you
don't want to make the call, send it to [firstname.lastname@example.org].
copy the first 200 words or so into the body of your message, and
attach a full copy in Rich Text Format or
MS Word format.
send a low-res version in JPG or GIF format. If it's something else,
51 Cedar Crest
Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
zip disks, CDs,
magnetic tapes, or punch cardswe prefer to avoid 1.4 meg disks
if possible, though we can deal with them if necessary)
are fine with us as long as we are informed, as long as you let
us know immediately if the work is accepted elsewhere.
we acquire first serial rights for work we publish (which means
we do not normally consider previously published work). All rights
revert to the authors/artists after publication, and the works can
then be reprinted (though we ask that we get an acknowledgment as
its place of initial publication).