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First Issue Call for Submissions!

We are still accepting submissions of poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, and art for our first issue. The deadline to submit is December 15. Please visit the Submit tab for information on how to submit.


indie spotlight: Silvertongue 30xx, Space-time District Attorney

The opening scene of Silvertongue 30xx: Space-Time District Attorney caught our eye and drew us into this book. The coin falling, flipping end over end from heads to tails, in a dramatic beam of light, with short voiceovers: what a visually dramatic way to bring us in and set up the story! 247 more words

Indie Comics

Did I Just Purchase a $200 Comic Book...?!?!?

As many of you may already know, the release schedules for entertainment are set on certain days.

  • Home Theater releases (DVD & Blu-Ray), Music & Video Games are released on Tuesday.
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Online Issue : coming Soon

Stay tuned , we are launching the online magazine this week.
Our cover story : Aura Trentin.
All you want to know about her prestigious career, her glamorous experiences from Europe to the U.S.. 9 more words


Indie Spotlight: RETROPUNK

Retropunk stars a strong female cast in an action-packed, manga-influenced story full of action, snappy dialogue, and science fiction themes. The bounty-hunting lead character Synthia, who sometimes goes by the alias Muffy, sports a cat tail and cat ears, neko style. 222 more words

Science Fiction

On November 9, 1967.

On November 9, 1967, the first issue of “Rolling Stone” magazine was published in San Francisco. The name of the magazine have been created from three sources: the Muddy Waters song, the first rock ‘n’ roll record by Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones.The magazine was founded by Jann Wenner, who is still the magazine’s editor-in-chief, and music critic Ralph J. 40 more words


I’ve been diving into my Public Image Ltd. collection.  Today I was listening to the album Happy?.  This album, as well as featuring mainstay John Lydon on vocals, also features John McGeoch and Lou Edmonds, formerly of the Banshees and The Damned respectively.   596 more words