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
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!
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
Strukturriss has a new editor! Co-editing with Sascha from here on out is Jonathan Deasy, mathematician with literary intuition, jazz and noise connoisseur, and fellow author in his own right. Meet Jonathan here. Welcome to Strukturriss, Jonathan!
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
The Strukturriss store is now live! Check it out at strukturriss.bigcartel.com and get your hands on a preorder of Issue 1.2 - printed or as e-copy! Featuring prototext by Allan Lake, Bruce McRae, Daniel Miltz, Eleanor Silk, Gerard Sarnat, Glen Armstrong, Guna Moran, J.E.A. Wallace, J. Paul Ross, K. Miller, Maria Masington, Oliver Elsner, Raymond … Continue reading Launching the new online store!
Everywhere, prototext is confined in too narrow boxes, genres, rules. But prototext cannot be confined. Its ferality can only be disseminated. This is a call to arms. It is a call for prototextual writing. and universality of the savant. In ours-if I may be permitted to use for a would not be equal to a … Continue reading Preview: in lieu of an editorial statement
Shapeshifting. Prototextual. Refugee. Transgendered. Emancipatory. Amodern. Experimental. Feral. Antimodern. Cut up. Anarchic. Rewilded. Anachronistic. Radical. Antihuman. Luddite. Non-binary. Fragmentary. Anti-racist. Dada. Southern. Anti-art. Nonstylistic. Anti-imperialist. Flowing. Pre-human. Anti-capitalist. Post-hemispheric. Anti-masculine. Communist. Pre-shamanic. Anti-work. Genrebending. Anti-ageist. Posthuman. Flowering. Genderbending. Nihilist. Anti-ableist. Deprogrammed. Non-cultured. Anti-natural. Formless. Nonwhite. Inaugurating Strukturriss, a space reserved for disseminating material that doesn't … Continue reading Call for submissions: Issue 1.1