Although looking back it's hard to believe, Strukturriss actually started before the pandemic - it was founded in December 2019. Since then, we've read hundreds of submissions, gazed at breathtaking artwork, published six issues in two volumes, and have been open for reading non-stop, all year. Which means it's time to take a short break. … Continue reading Taking a break
Once again we have assembled sixteen of the finest contemporary written works, alongside gorgeous art by Chelsea Maria Brown. This issue has it all: breathtakingly beautiful poetry; deeply moving and daringly critical fiction and nonfiction; meditations on the riddles of existence and assertions of self-sufficiency; sharp edges and soft overtones; and anything in-between. Get your … Continue reading Volume 2 issue 3 is out!
How is it June already?! Fortunately we've managed to be ahead of the curve! We have sixteen authors' prototext - anarchic essays and ecopoetry, and the most breathtaking debuts you've ever seen - and gorgeous artwork for you next month... But you can preorder now and get a discount! Grab yours here!
Our call for art for issues 2.4 and 3.1 is now closed! Thank you very much to every artist who submitted their work - we will be in touch very shortly. If of course you're an author (including vispo or concrete) whose work has an anticapitalist edge, rest assured: Strukturriss remains open as we're reading … Continue reading Thank you to all artists!
As the Strukturriss journey continues, it's time to look ahead to the end of the year and next year. And so we're looking for your art to embed/frame/accompany the texts of issues 2.4 (October 2021) and 3.1 (January 2022). Is your art looking to dissolve the status quo? Does your work dream of the good … Continue reading Call for art: issues 2.4 and 3.1
It is hard to believe how much amazing talent there is out there, writing and creating the prototext of tomorrow's society. Out now for pre-order is Volume 2 Issue 2, jam-packed with thought-provoking, radically genre-bending, beautifully experimental writing and art for your reading pleasure. Featuring Artificial Ignorance by Yrik Max Valentonis In fairness to all … Continue reading Introducing Volume 2 Issue 2!
Literature occupies an ambiguous position, continuously oscillating between demands placed on it by its own concept. On the one hand, literature – like any art – must be sensitive to its time and place. Constituted as socially mediated antithesis to its society, literature re-casts into form the content espoused (or eschewed) by its contemporary society. … Continue reading Editorial statement: volume two
Happy birthday to this lovely lil' journal! Can't believe it's a whole year already - time sure flies when you're reading great literature! Of course, none of this would be possible without our beloved readers. So many thanks for your support! Likewise, this would never have been possible without our authors and artists. Being able … Continue reading Strukturriss turns one!
As the new year draws ever closer, so does the new volume of Strukturriss! The opening salvo of our 2021 features prototext from some of today's most exciting authors: Alanna Hayes, Alicia Byrne Keane, Aoife Wynne Judge, CJK, Connor Orrico, Ernest Alilovic, Geoffrey Miller, Heather Joy, Isidora Duran Stewart, Jack Patrick Blaise Brennan, Kaye Spivey, … Continue reading Issue 2.1 authors
A new year is almost upon us, and so is a new volume of Strukturriss! What a year it has been, but nothing can stop literature - we've developed a readership all over the globe, and are sharing exciting new art and prototext with them. Starting off Volume 2 of Strukturriss, Jonathan and Sascha are … Continue reading Issue 2.1 art