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White Fungus is an experimental arts magazine based in Taichung City, Taiwan. Featuring writing on art, new music, history and politics, plus original artworks, poetry, fiction and comics, White Fungus is an ongoing experiment in community media art. Often described as a work of art in itself, White Fungus is held in library collections including The Museum of Modern Art (New York), The Southbank Centre (London), Museu d’Art Contemporani de Barcelona (Spain), National Library of Australia and Te Papa (National Museum of New Zealand). Complimenting its publishing schedule, White Fungus holds interdisciplinary arts events at galleries around the world. Past events have been held at P.P.O.W (New York), Taipei Contemporary Art Center, ARTSPACE (Auckland) and Adam Art Gallery (Wellington). WF, from their unique vantage, come across one minute as hardcore situationist anarchists yet offset with the economic nerdiness and steadfast verve of a William F. Buckley; it's captivating to follow how the gears shift. - FANZINE, 2010 As the spores have been released its creators look forward to seeing which way the wind blows. The only thing more uncertain than its future is its past.
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Namaste magazine offers a diverse collection of thought-provoking and inspiring material s for those who have a strong desire to seek the truth. Namaste gives you the opportunity to take that step back and provide a wider view. Namaste brings news mainstream media WON’T, gives health information the pharma-cartels HIDE and the medical profession may not even know. Namaste will endeavour to reveal what our politicians DARE NOT.
We have feature stories, interviews, photo layouts, regular features such as “Tidbit Jukebox” and “Original Versions”, plus a huge reviews section covering Books, DVDs, Box Sets, CDs, Vinyl, and occasionally live show reviews as well. Blue Suede News has been publishing since 1986, and the last 20 or so issues are available in electronic editions, with more planned to be soon. We are a quarterly, though we began as a bi-monthly for the first 2 years when it was more regional to the Puget Sound area in the Pacific Northwest. So, from artists like Elvis, Chuck Berry, Fats Domino, Buddy Holly, Eddie Cochran, Ritchie Valens, and Gene Vincent, to Country stars like Hank Thompson, The Maddox Brothers & Rose, Buck Owens and Johnny Cash, and younger artists like Big Sandy, Deke Dickerson, Martî Brom, James Intveld and Nick Curran - Blue Suede News is your source for information, pictures, reviews and more
The Devil's Artisan (A Journal of the Printing Arts) first appeared in 1980 under the editorship of Paul Forage, William Rueter (University of Toronto Press) and Glenn Goluska, latterly of Coach House Press (Toronto) and currently print design consultant to Phyllis Lambert at the Centre for the Study of Architecture in Montreal. The magazine was founded `for the purpose of presenting to Canadian readers information on the craft of printing and bookmaking, on bibliographic and historic matters, and on communicative, sociological, and technical subjects related to printing.' The Porcupine's Quill purchased the magazine in the spring of 1995 and has published two issues a year, spring and fall, since that time (Number 36). The focus of the journal has broadened somewhat, over the past thirty years, from an early technical interest in the craft of fine printing, to its current role as `A Journal of the Printing Arts'. The magazine has, however, remained committed to its original constituency — and hence is released in the spring at the Wayzgoose festival of the Book Arts in Grimsby on the Niagara peninsula, and in the fall at the Ontario College of Art & Design Book Arts Show on McCaul Street in Toronto.

H.O.W. Journal

H.O.W. Journal is a non-profit arts & literary journal based in NYC. Founded in 2006 by writers Alison Weaver and Natasha Radojcic, H.O.W. publishes an eclectic mix of today’s prominent writers and artists alongside upcoming talents with an effort to raise money and awareness for children throughout the world that have been orphaned. Through generous donations and a requested $5.00 submission fee, we have been able to help support various orphanages around the world. The publication features works of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry, as well as fine arts. The subject matter is vast and varied: the only common element is quality. ├ ├“The vision we had when creating H.O.W was to appeal to a young, modern readership who hold an avid interest in the arts as well as a general compulsion toward social consciousness. H.O.W. gives its readers a visually hip and intellectually compelling, while at the same time allowing them to support children that are in dire need of our help. I have noticed a shift in the world over the last decade, and I believe the new generation feels an urge to actively make a difference. H.O.W. gives them an opportunity to do just that.” – Alison Weaver

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