Just a quick reminder that our call for artists for issue 2.2 is still open! Check this post for more details. We'd also love to read more political submissions! Queer & feminist, anarchist & Marxist in particular... Send your rants now!
Fifteen pieces of experimental prose, poetry, and everything in-between! Featuring work by Carrie Grieger, Charles Wilkinson, Dawid Juraszek, Emelia Steenekamp, Glen Hogard, Guna Moran, Jack M. Freedman, Katie O'Sullivan, Kevin Reilly, Mary K. Ryan, Molly Garvey, Nathanael O'Reilly, Olivia Vipond Smyth, R. Keith, and Yash Seyedbagheri, and art by Shannon Gardner. Preorder in the shop … Continue reading Issue 1.3 out soon!
Issue 1.3 will be hitting the shelves soon, and issue 2.1 is well underway - so now it's time to look forward further into next year! This is calling all artists everywhere who would like to be part of the Strukturriss adventure. You'll reach an audience from Ireland, where we're based, to the U.S. and … Continue reading Call for artists – issue 2.2
Authors of all countries, thank you! Ryan has received a huge amount of submissions for Strukturriss Longreads, each better than the last. To make sure to give every one of them the attention it deserves, we're now temporarily closing the submission window for Longreads. Please watch this space, as the first issue will be out … Continue reading Longreads update
Strukturriss, the journal, is for all intents and purposes a one-person operation. I (Sascha) run its day-to-day affairs, read every submission that's not for Longreads, respond to all of them, accept or decline them, arrange the issues with their artists, and organize print and distribution. At times, sadly, this means that I am unaware of … Continue reading Deplatformed author
Unveiling the artist for issue 1.3: Shannon Gardner! Check out her work at https://www.crimsonskeleton.com/. Shannon is a graduate from the University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point with a Bachelors in Studio Art and a Minor in Art History. Shannon's interest in the macabre began while studying nature and the paranormal. The ethereal mood of her … Continue reading Habemus pictorem