Made for a grey Amsterdam day like this: our issue of Rain Taxi!
Minneapolis-based Rain Taxi is a quarterly literary journal that publishes reviews of literary fiction, poetry, and nonfiction. Rain Taxi focuses on innovative works pushing the boundaries of language, narrative, and genre with the mission “to advance independent literary culture through publications and programs that foster awareness and appreciation of innovative writing.”
This issue features works on the taste of cherries, drowned boys and intelligent design. Now in our library, so come check it out!
Details are:Rain TaxiVolume 15, Issue 1Spring 2010209.0 x 273.0 
 

Made for a grey Amsterdam day like this: our issue of Rain Taxi!

Minneapolis-based Rain Taxi is a quarterly literary journal that publishes reviews of literary fiction, poetry, and nonfiction. Rain Taxi focuses on innovative works pushing the boundaries of language, narrative, and genre with the mission “to advance independent literary culture through publications and programs that foster awareness and appreciation of innovative writing.”

This issue features works on the taste of cherries, drowned boys and intelligent design. Now in our library, so come check it out!

Details are:

Rain Taxi
Volume 15, Issue 1
Spring 2010
209.0 x 273.0 

 

We got a stack of fresh journals this week. Today it’s an issue of Print Oriented Bastards!
Print Oriented Bastards is an independent literary journal, first released in Fall 2011. The Bastards publish original work such as poetry, fiction, non-fiction and art and aim to give a voice to unique emerging artists and writers.
The journal switches from print-only to an online magazine this summer, so we were lucky to get our hands on this issue. It features work of Guillermo Cancio-Bello, Chris Emslie, Kate Martile, Thomas Pescatore, Zachary Green, and many more. Don’t miss out on this one!
The specs are:Print Oriented Bastards  Issue 3 (2013) 114.0 x 140.0 mm

We got a stack of fresh journals this week. Today it’s an issue of Print Oriented Bastards!

Print Oriented Bastards is an independent literary journal, first released in Fall 2011. The Bastards publish original work such as poetry, fiction, non-fiction and art and aim to give a voice to unique emerging artists and writers.

The journal switches from print-only to an online magazine this summer, so we were lucky to get our hands on this issue. It features work of Guillermo Cancio-Bello, Chris Emslie, Kate Martile, Thomas Pescatore, Zachary Green, and many more. Don’t miss out on this one!

The specs are:
Print Oriented Bastards
Issue 3 (2013)
114.0 x 140.0 mm

Fantastic! We just received the brand new Iowa Review.
The Iowa Review is an American literary magazine publishing the best in contemporary fiction, poetry and nonfiction since 1970. The magazine is issued three times a year in both print and digital formats and edited by faculty, students, and staff from the renowned writing programs at the University of Iowa.
The new issue is their 44th, and also our first! It features work of creatives as Norman Dubie, Douglas Kearney, Marjorie Perloff and many more write on subjects as boys drawing cats, playing Captain radiation after Chernobyl, and finding love in someone else’s house. Artwork by Maury Gortemiller We’re thrilled to have this in our library. Come by, it’s well worth checking out!The specs:Iowa Review Issue 44, Spring 2014157.0 x 238.0 mm

Fantastic! We just received the brand new Iowa Review.

The Iowa Review is an American literary magazine publishing the best in contemporary fiction, poetry and nonfiction since 1970. The magazine is issued three times a year in both print and digital formats and edited by faculty, students, and staff from the renowned writing programs at the University of Iowa.

The new issue is their 44th, and also our first! It features work of creatives as Norman Dubie, Douglas Kearney, Marjorie Perloff and many more write on subjects as boys drawing cats, playing Captain radiation after Chernobyl, and finding love in someone else’s house. Artwork by Maury Gortemiller We’re thrilled to have this in our library. Come by, it’s well worth checking out!

The specs:

Iowa Review
Issue 44, Spring 2014
157.0 x 238.0 mm

Now on our shelves: Upstairs at Duroc #11!
Upstairs at Duroc is an international literary and arts journal out of Paris. UAD promotes innovative writing from the Paris area and all around the world and yearly publishes poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction & translations from both established and emerging writers.
UAD Issue #11 features work from Timothy Bradford, Beverley Bie Brahic, Randall Brown and many more. Don’t miss this Paris literary journal!
Here are the specs:
Upstairs at Duroc Issue #11, 2010 140.0 x 211.0 Perfect binding

Now on our shelves: Upstairs at Duroc #11!

Upstairs at Duroc is an international literary and arts journal out of Paris. UAD promotes innovative writing from the Paris area and all around the world and yearly publishes poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction & translations from both established and emerging writers.

UAD Issue #11 features work from Timothy Bradford, Beverley Bie Brahic, Randall Brown and many more. Don’t miss this Paris literary journal!

Here are the specs:

Upstairs at Duroc
Issue #11, 2010
140.0 x 211.0
Perfect binding

We’re happy to call The Prague Revue part of our library!
The Prague Revue is an international literary journal, committed to publishing the very best in modern contemporary literature. Concerned with culture, arts and news, TPR carries a banner for the city of Prague, but publishes for the world.
Issue #7 was the first TPR of the new millenium and published in May 2000. TPR #7 comprises 140 pages with a special focus on Slovenian writers and a collection of work by Australian poets. Come by and check it out!
Details are:
The Prague Revue
No. 7
142.0 x 200.0 mm

We’re happy to call The Prague Revue part of our library!

The Prague Revue is an international literary journal, committed to publishing the very best in modern contemporary literature. Concerned with culture, arts and news, TPR carries a banner for the city of Prague, but publishes for the world.

Issue #7 was the first TPR of the new millenium and published in May 2000. TPR #7 comprises 140 pages with a special focus on Slovenian writers and a collection of work by Australian poets. Come by and check it out!

Details are:

The Prague Revue

No. 7

142.0 x 200.0 mm


Today: Issue #1 - Bulletins from the Serving Library!
Bulletins from the Serving Library is a biannual publication of The Serving Library, a cooperatively-built archive with essays and articles available for anyone online. Over a six month period, contributions to the latest theme are added and then collected at the end of the season. The Bulletins are printed and published in both Europe and the USA.
Issue #1 is concerned with Libraries, Media, and Time, basically the notion of the library itself. It’s now available in our library. Come check it out! Bulletins from the Serving Library is published by Dexter Sinister.
The specs:
Bulletins from the Serving Library #1
2011
165,0 x 235,0 mm
Perfect Binding

Today: Issue #1 - Bulletins from the Serving Library!

Bulletins from the Serving Library is a biannual publication of The Serving Library, a cooperatively-built archive with essays and articles available for anyone online. Over a six month period, contributions to the latest theme are added and then collected at the end of the season. The Bulletins are printed and published in both Europe and the USA.

Issue #1 is concerned with Libraries, Media, and Time, basically the notion of the library itself. It’s now available in our library. Come check it out!
Bulletins from the Serving Library is published by Dexter Sinister.

The specs:

Bulletins from the Serving Library #1

2011

165,0 x 235,0 mm

Perfect Binding

Digging this issue of LIT Magazine!
LIT is a literary journal published by The New School’s Master of Fine Arts Creative Writing Program. The journal is devoted to promoting innovative art and writing brought to you via print and digital publishing. LIT supports both emerging and already established creatives.
Issue 19 features prose and poetry by Terese Svoboda, Adam Gallari, Micah Ballard, Josh Bell, Peter Covino and more. Get your hands on this copy at our library! 
The specs are:
Lit
No. 19
Winter 2011
The New School
178.0 x 229.0

Digging this issue of LIT Magazine!

LIT is a literary journal published by The New School’s Master of Fine Arts Creative Writing Program. The journal is devoted to promoting innovative art and writing brought to you via print and digital publishing. LIT supports both emerging and already established creatives.

Issue 19 features prose and poetry by Terese Svoboda, Adam Gallari, Micah Ballard, Josh Bell, Peter Covino and more. Get your hands on this copy at our library!

The specs are:

Lit

No. 19

Winter 2011

The New School

178.0 x 229.0

A new journal to start your week! Check out unique creative nonfiction and art in this issue of South Loop Review.
South Loop Review is a literary journal publishing essays, memoir, lyric and experimental forms, non-linear narratives, blended genre, graphic memoir, photography, and art. The journal looks for fresh voices and new distinctive takes on presentation and form in writing, art and photography (you can submit). South Loop Review: Creative Nonfiction + Art is published once a year by the Nonfiction Program within Columbia College Chicago’s Creative Writing Department. 
Volume 12 features work from Maureen Seaton, Jon Pineda, Ed Minus, Tina Simpson and a special chapbook by Betty Heredia. Definitely worth having a look at!
Details:
South Loop Review
Volume 12
Columbia College Chicago
216.0 x 278.0

A new journal to start your week! Check out unique creative nonfiction and art in this issue of South Loop Review.

South Loop Review is a literary journal publishing essays, memoir, lyric and experimental forms, non-linear narratives, blended genre, graphic memoir, photography, and art. The journal looks for fresh voices and new distinctive takes on presentation and form in writing, art and photography (you can submit). South Loop Review: Creative Nonfiction + Art is published once a year by the Nonfiction Program within Columbia College Chicago’s Creative Writing Department.

Volume 12 features work from Maureen Seaton, Jon Pineda, Ed Minus, Tina Simpson and a special chapbook by Betty Heredia. Definitely worth having a look at!

Details:

South Loop Review

Volume 12

Columbia College Chicago

216.0 x 278.0

Introducing today: Eleven Eleven!
Eleven Eleven is a biannual literary and arts journal providing a forum for risk, experimentation and exchange between writers and artists. Eleven Eleven was founded in 2004 and is published through the MFA Writing program at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco.
Issue 15 features writers such as Rosa Alcalá, Dan Bellm, Susan Briante and artists Jhina Alvarado, Kalliope Amorphous, Val Britton, Amar Chaudhary and more. “The Dead Sea” cover art is by Howie Tsui.
Eleven Eleven Issue 15 is a square (almost): 202.0 x 203.0 mm. Published in 2013.
Find it at our library! We’ll also be at the Verso event this Sunday. Come one, come all!

Introducing today: Eleven Eleven!

Eleven Eleven is a biannual literary and arts journal providing a forum for risk, experimentation and exchange between writers and artists. Eleven Eleven was founded in 2004 and is published through the MFA Writing program at the California College of the Arts, San Francisco.

Issue 15 features writers such as Rosa Alcalá, Dan Bellm, Susan Briante and artists Jhina Alvarado, Kalliope Amorphous, Val Britton, Amar Chaudhary and more. “The Dead Sea” cover art is by Howie Tsui.

Eleven Eleven Issue 15 is a square (almost): 202.0 x 203.0 mm. Published in 2013.

Find it at our library! We’ll also be at the Verso event this Sunday. Come one, come all!


To put you in a holiday mood: Ambit #190.
Ambit is a literary and art magazine created in London and published quarterly. The magazine features work from new talents as well as known writers and is put together entirely from submissions. 
So what’s going on in Ambit #190? The issue is dedicated to travel and features work from Geoff Nicholson, Joan Jobe Smith, Ken Cox and more talking America, Go Go Girls, vicious pelicans and naked women eating sandwiches.
 Enough to make you flee the heat and stop by at our library? 
Ambit 190 is 164,0 x 240,0 in size.

To put you in a holiday mood: Ambit #190.

Ambit is a literary and art magazine created in London and published quarterly. The magazine features work from new talents as well as known writers and is put together entirely from submissions.

So what’s going on in Ambit #190? The issue is dedicated to travel and features work from Geoff Nicholson, Joan Jobe Smith, Ken Cox and more talking America, Go Go Girls, vicious pelicans and naked women eating sandwiches.

Enough to make you flee the heat and stop by at our library?

Ambit 190 is 164,0 x 240,0 in size.

Feeling well adjusted? Here’s yet another zine from our library!
Attitude Adjustment is a zine on world view and personal responsibility and a smart combination of comic and philosophy. Have you ever wondered if you’re crazy or if just everyone else is? Then this zine is for you!
Got curious? Attitude Adjustment is available in our library.
The specs are:
Attitude Adjustment
Zine
140,0 x 216,0
Folded Paper

Feeling well adjusted? Here’s yet another zine from our library!

Attitude Adjustment is a zine on world view and personal responsibility and a smart combination of comic and philosophy. Have you ever wondered if you’re crazy or if just everyone else is? Then this zine is for you!

Got curious? Attitude Adjustment is available in our library.

The specs are:

Attitude Adjustment

Zine

140,0 x 216,0

Folded Paper

We can now provide you with a guide to staying safe!
What is security culture? is a zine published by Sprout Distro, a zine distro and publisher based in Michigan. Their focus is set on anarchic “how to” type zines with the aim of nothing less than building a whole new world. And help you survive. 
We highly recommend checking out this zine at our library as soon as possible. It’s for your own safety. 
Want to know more? Details:
What is security culture?
Zine
139,0 x 216,0
Folded and Stapled Paper

We can now provide you with a guide to staying safe!

What is security culture? is a zine published by Sprout Distro, a zine distro and publisher based in Michigan. Their focus is set on anarchic “how to” type zines with the aim of nothing less than building a whole new world. And help you survive.

We highly recommend checking out this zine at our library as soon as possible. It’s for your own safety.

Want to know more? Details:

What is security culture?

Zine

139,0 x 216,0

Folded and Stapled Paper

We just received the new Structo!
Structo is a British literary magazine founded in 2008. The magazine is published twice a year and features the best new short stories and poetry from all around the world. Whether it’s work from established writers or new voices, they print what they love and have been referred to as ‘annoyingly awesome’ by NewPages. We couldn’t agree more.
Issue 11 features 11 short stories, poetry, interviews and essays, including a profile of the Surrealist painter and author Leonora Carrington. Several of the poems are printed in translation, from the Gaelic, Irish, Classical Chinese and Jèrriais. 
Make sure you don’t miss it! You can also check out their back issues online.
The specs are: 175,0 x 250,0, perfect binding

We just received the new Structo!

Structo is a British literary magazine founded in 2008. The magazine is published twice a year and features the best new short stories and poetry from all around the world. Whether it’s work from established writers or new voices, they print what they love and have been referred to as ‘annoyingly awesome’ by NewPages. We couldn’t agree more.

Issue 11 features 11 short stories, poetry, interviews and essays, including a profile of the Surrealist painter and author Leonora Carrington. Several of the poems are printed in translation, from the Gaelic, Irish, Classical Chinese and Jèrriais.

Make sure you don’t miss it! You can also check out their back issues online.

The specs are: 175,0 x 250,0, perfect binding

Searching for meaning on this rainy day in Amsterdam? We might have something for you.
On our shelves is Parabola, a quarterly magazine publishing on the subjects of mythology and the world’s religious and cultural traditions. For over thirty five years Parabola has done what others cannot, writing their way to wisdom by exploring the world’s traditions, ways, art and the central questions of life.
This issue is dedicated to the topic of Man & Machine, featuring work by Maurice Nicoll, Ilan Amit, James Opie. Got curious? Drop by at our library!
The details:
Parabola
Fall 2008
166,0 x 253,0 mm
Perfect Binding 
The Society for the Study of Myth and Tradition

Searching for meaning on this rainy day in Amsterdam? We might have something for you.

On our shelves is Parabola, a quarterly magazine publishing on the subjects of mythology and the world’s religious and cultural traditions. For over thirty five years Parabola has done what others cannot, writing their way to wisdom by exploring the world’s traditions, ways, art and the central questions of life.

This issue is dedicated to the topic of Man & Machine, featuring work by Maurice Nicoll, Ilan Amit, James Opie. Got curious? Drop by at our library!

The details:

Parabola

Fall 2008

166,0 x 253,0 mm

Perfect Binding

The Society for the Study of Myth and Tradition