Category Zine

Open Call — Artists’ Books for Everything

The Cen­ter for Artists‹ Pub­lic­a­tions in Bre­men is invit­ing artists to con­trib­ute to an exhib­i­tion about the inter­na­tion­al artist’s book…

Fair — Paris Ass Book Fair

From March 10th to 12th, 2016 the Par­is Ass Book Fair hap­pens at the Arts Fact­ory in Par­is…

Launch — F.R.DAVID ›Inverted Commas‹

Tomor­row, March 8th, 2017 launches the 13th issue of F.R.DAVID at San Ser­riffe in Ams­ter­dam…

Open Call — Romka: The final issue

Romka invites you to sub­mit your photo and the cor­res­pond­ing story to their 10th and final issue of Romka Magazine

Open Call — »Work Holiday« book residency

Knust calls for pro­pos­als for their book res­id­ency Work Hol­i­day at Extra­pool in Nijme­gen…

Open Call — The Scorpion & Felix Prize 2017

Pub­lic­a­tion Stu­dio Van­couver announces a call for sub­mis­sions for The Scor­pi­on and Felix Prize

Exhibition — Books, Pamphlets & Zines by AA Bronson & General Idea

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You are invited to the exhib­i­tion »Books, Pamph­lets & Zines by AA Bron­son & Gen­er­al Idea« at Tender­books in Lon­don, UK open­ing on April 16th, 2015 at 7pm…

Open Call — Library of the Printed Web

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The Lib­rary of the Prin­ted Web calls for sub­mis­sions for their third issue of the Prin­ted Web. This issue will be a com­pil­a­tion of one-page sub­mis­sions…

Open call — Index

Previous project by Café Royal Books “Temporary Library”, November 2010

Pre­vi­ous pro­ject by Café Roy­al Books “Tem­por­ary Lib­rary”, Novem­ber 2010

You are invited to paticip­ate in Index an exhib­i­tion and book ini­ti­ated by Café Roy­al. …

Review — Michalis Pichler’s SOME MORE SONNET(S)

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I am very happy to present you this review writ­ten by Richard Kostelan­etz.

Michal­is Pichler’s SOME MORE SONNET(S) was pub­lished by Greatest Hits, Ber­lin in 2011 in an edi­tion of 400 cop­ies. It col­lects 44 vari­ants of a son­net, that was ori­gin­ally writ­ten by Dante Gab­ri­el Ros­setti, and which was already pub­lished in 44 vari­ations by Ulises Car­ri­on in 1972. While Ulises Car­ri­on used a type­writer, Michal­is Pichler used a com­puter, prob­ably word or open office.

I hope you enjoy it…