The third issue of sprouted ink is finally here! It will be released at Chicago zine fest! I will be trading and selling through the internet by the end of March, so pm me if interested in a copy.
Will be in touch with the contributors soon!
I like the taste of peppermint
Loving dogs greet you as you finish the second issue of the zine.
I sincerely hope that 2013 was a great one!
Hey!!!!!! Update on Forever Falling Sideways!!!! Submisions due November 17th.
FINAL DEADLINE MIDNIGHT NOV 17TH
FFS’ mission is to encourage political resistance through healing, self-care, community development and expression. The zine represents a spectrum of experiences. We want to hear from folx who are struggling, healing, and in-between.
DIY how-to’s, coping mechanisms, personal stories, political essays, scanned journal entries, herbalism, holistic medicine, recipes, spells, art (comix, photography, mixed media, drawings, etc.) and more. Writing needs to be in Word or google doc. Art files need to be high quality jpgs or tiffs, 270-300 PPI. Please include a trigger warning when needed.
We do not want racist/classist/misogynist/ableist/anti-trans/anti-queer voices in our zine.
Email questions/work to FOREVERFALLINGSIDEWAYS@gmail.com
Flyer art by the beautiful Julian Sheep
I spent some time today going through old journals to find content for Sprouted Ink Zine’s upcoming zine release. I like to go through my journal sometimes to see if anything jumps out. If you’d like to add some more stuff to the zine, please send stuff my way. I’ll be taking stuff as I continue putting it together for the rest of October. this is going to be a good one!
In case you want a sneak peak, I have the following submissions so far:
1. Journey into Darkness (by me!)
2. A New Chapter: A new Coast
3. Photographs and inscriptions by Dylan
4. The end of love — (tops any bad relationship story you’ve ever heard)
5. Anxiety comix by Lydia Henderson
6. Comics about Bi Polar by Eddie
7. Comix from Marc… about happiness I think
8. Random Stuff
9. Poetry about Power
i want to honor my psychosis