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
Featuring prototext by Allan Lake, Bruce McRae, Daniel Miltz, Eleanor Silk, Glen Armstrong, Guna Moran, J.E.A. Wallace, J. Paul Ross, K. Miller, Maria Masington, Oliver Elsner, Raymond Luczak, and Robert Beveridge, and art by Heather Joy, this new issue comes as an e-copy and in print.
...Heather Joy! Find out more about her work here! Featured alongside Heather's art are fourteen pieces of prose, poetry, and everything in-between. Interested in preordering?
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
Featuring prose and poetry by John Grey, S. B. Borgersen, Gerard Sarnat, William Doreski, John Zerzan, Susan Carey, JoAnna Lamb, Delia Tramontina, Rollo Nye, San Lin Tun, Sascha Engel, Thomas M. McDade, and Leah Mueller, and artwork by Anika.Download your e-copy and preorder your printed copy here.
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