Let’s start Meanwhile off with a fact.
In 1758 Carl Linnaeus classified the tomato as “lycopersicum” (wolf peach), echoing the medieval view that eating them could turn you into a werewolf.
And now that’s out of the way, what is good in the world right now? Well…
An interactive poetry party, a zine made in a day and famous writers’ rules for writing fiction. Continue reading →
Inc. Magazine has its 4th issue release later this week with a huge launch party to celebrate.
As with each issue of Inc. so far, number 4 is immense fun from cover to cover, and this time Anya Pearson and Will Coldwell, co-founders, co-editors and contributors, have really taken their magazine to an incredible new level. Though, don’t think that this came about by chance. Pearson and Coldwell have been hard at work coordinating this mammoth project with all the poets and illustrators involved and the final product reflects that. Continue reading →
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What’s happening in the world that tickles us in just the right way? Well, let me tell you! A fresh poetry/illustration magazine, an Australian mystery short film and our favourite comic book shop. That’s what.
All that and more after the jump.
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Posted in Comics, Film, Poetry, Prose, Review
Tagged annexe, ben briand, film, Gosh!, inc., inc. magazine, links, meanwhile, some static started