…and we’re back!

Good morning #WritingCommunity, and we're so happy to say Strukturriss is back in action! Our issue 2.4 is coming up next month, packed with excellent writing and wonderful artwork, and - SUBMISSIONS ARE OPEN AGAIN! WOO! Send us your best and most most daring, your angriest and most critical, your dreams and experiments beyond, through, … Continue reading …and we’re back!

Editorial statement: volume two

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

Call for Artists – Issue 1.2

After the great success of issue 1.1 we're now moving towards production of issue issue 1.2, to be published in July! We've got thirteen exciting pieces waiting for your art to accompany them. Our audience reaches from Ireland, where we're based, to the U.S. and Canada, France and Germany, India and Myanmar, and Australia. If … Continue reading Call for Artists – Issue 1.2

Call for submissions: Issues 1.2 & 1.3

Thank you, thank you, thank you! There's been so much interest in our inaugural issue that we already have enough submissions for it! Watch this space: Issue 1.1 will be out in April, featuring radical experiments, genrebending prose and poetry, and much more. We're now looking for submissions for Issues 1.2 (July) and 1.3 (October). … Continue reading Call for submissions: Issues 1.2 & 1.3

Preview: in lieu of an editorial statement

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