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As a new graphic designer getting her footing in a competitive creative world, often you have to show how your design style represents who you are and what you are capable of. 352 more words


How Far Did You Orbit? is here and Goodbyes.

How Far Did You Orbit? is here.

But I will admit that this is the last, because I honestly couldn’t handle doing this anymore. It was too stressful for me and if I’m going to procrastinate it, then that means I’m no longer passionate about it anymore. 7 more words


Update 9/27

So I decided to get my shit together and actually make the PDF file of the next issue of the e-zine instead of posting it, it’s not hard at all. 38 more words


What's new in Money magazine this fall 2015

Hi Lantana Library patrons.
See “Best Credit Cards,” authored by Taylor Tepper, in October 2015’s issue of Money magazine, which has a helpful overview of good deals, including more cash back and with lowered interest rates.  31 more words


Fascinating science news is out in Scientific American’s October 2015 issue...

Test-Tube Corals…Australian scientists are manually breeding genetically modified “supercorals” that can live in more inhospitable oceans…at the National Sea Simulator in Queensland, Australia.

The Vicissitudes of Sex… 245 more words


All Due Respect Issue 6 Edited by Mike Monson and Chris Rhatigan

Pages: 90

Genre: Noir, short stories, Anthology, Literary Zine

Format: E-book

Published by All Due Respect Books

So I happened to be reading this literary zine and that’s why I posted about literary zines awhile ago. 601 more words

Book Review

Literary Magazines I Really Really Like #1

  • Rasasvada/Ataraxia (poetry, occasional fiction)
  • Vagabond City (Poetry, occasional fiction)
  • Zoomoozophone Review (poetry)
  • Rising Phoenix Review (poetry)
  • Cheap Pop Lit (flash fiction)
  • All Due Respect (noir fiction/crime fiction)
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