Thursday, November 30, 2006

"If" due soon

Our next issue, If, should be out around Christmas time. The deadline for Shadow, our spring issue, is tonight. "Live" will be our summer issue, and the deadline for it is Feb. 28, 2007.

Sunday, October 15, 2006

Where's your Shadow?

The theme for next issue is "Shadow", which seems appropriate for winter. Send us your photos, visual art, or writing, particularly prose writing and non-fiction--we tend to receive a plethora of poetry and a dearth of prose. We are in particular need of critical essays and social commentary, and pithy flash fiction (500-700 words). Remember to read the submission guidelines (link at right) carefully!

Friday, September 01, 2006

"Fire" is out!

Well, after much sweat, our summer issue, "Fire", has finally arrived. Technically, summer isn't over, so we feel pretty proud of ourselves. You can get a copy at the venues listed in the header or, if you just can't wait, you can click here. (Apologies for the Yahoo ads and the low resolution. We're working on ways to increase the quality for the web!)

Fire features the work of Bev Ellis, Lalainia Lindbjerg Strelau, David Wood, Nancy Mickelson, Justin Brown, Jennifer Whatton, Robert Brown, Don Krause, Alvin Hew, and Mark David Smith.

Thursday, August 10, 2006

"If" deadline extended to Sept. 30!

Because of several delays in getting our summer issue, Fire, out on the shelves, the deadline for our winter issue, If, will be extended to Sept. 30. So get your submissions of photography, artwork, or writing ready! No excuses! No ifs! (But don't forget to read the submission guidelines!)

Friday, March 31, 2006


PLUMb has finally arrived! After months of planning and collaboration, the first issue of PLUMb is officially off the presses and available at Coquitlam Alliance Church and Port Moody Public Library. More venues to come--we'll update you! If you just weren't able to get your hands on a warm paper copy, you can access the infinitely less inviting pixelated version here. Enjoy!

Special thanks go out to Doug Morneau, Carol Wiens, and the team at Rhino Marketing for getting us off the ground! Let's hope that PLUMb bears fruit!