…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!

Volume 2 issue 3 is out!

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!

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

Issue 1.1 now available in print

  Limited edition hot off the presses: only 21 copies left!Signed and numbered by the editor and 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. … Continue reading Issue 1.1 now available in print

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