Good Hunting, a story – with readings on small art and small publishing (The following is a work of satire. The people and events depicted, including those based on real people and events, are all entirely fictional.)


See the rest in the series here. Also, a reminder: the first volume of Notes for a Mythology, the main feature for which this site was originally conceived, was completed last month, and can be read here in its entirety. The second volume will begin in 2020.

*In I Wish There Was a World for Us, Gretchen Felker-Martin talks about the vital importance of art for marginalized communities beyond that offered by corporate mass media. The piece mentions the work of Julia Gfrörer, who recently wrote on the need for and economics of zine-making (Michel Fiffe discussed similar elements in telling how he first published COPRA, another comic that inspired this website). It also brought to mind certain aspects of this summer’s interview between Thom Cuell and Isabel Waidner.

*Mike Corrao reviewed the first two mailings from Sublunary Editions.

*At Burning House Press, poet James McKnight oversaw the release of some incredible new work by Andrew Wells, Dov NelkinMary Frances, and Frank Garrett, among others.

*Grant Maierhofer’s new book of ambient non-fiction is out from Inside the Castle.

*And at least some of Cathy Ulrich’s flash fiction will finally be available between covers.

Next issue: October 2019