Pageboy Magazine Call

May 16, 2012
Splabman

From Thomas Walton:

PageBoy

Greetings,

     PageBoy Magazine is currently gathering material for its 5th issue! If you have something amazing, please send it along to this address with the word SUBMISSION in the subject line. (pageboymagazine@hotmail.com) We are looking for poetry and prose, non-fiction and non non-fiction. 
     We also are looking for a feature artist for issue 5. The feature artist gets a full color spread, the cover, and an unbelievably fascinating and in-depth interview. If you have visual work, please send it to this address. If you know someone who does, please send them to this address. For more info re submissions and everything else, check the blog at pageboymagazine.blogspot.com.
     Also, if you haven’t purchased a copy of issue IV yet, please do so. You can buy them at the blog via paypal, or in stores in Seattle, Olympia, Portland, San Francisco, Berkeley, and Chicago.
     Remember: PageBoy Magazine is 100% local, organic, free range, hormone free, wild Alaskan, green, run entirely by women, indie, small, natural, diverse, and non-profit. We are also 100% 99% as well as 100% 1%. If it’s beautiful, we don’t care how much money you have or don’t have.  We are all-inclusive, non-exclusive, and ethno-Bavarian-centric. We are both ‘of God’ and pagan, and have won mini awards. We never use sweatshops or outsource our jobs. We are so labor friendly that we don’t even have jobs! We are acoustic, yet plugged-in, dropped out and rayon. We use all organic alpaca fiber paper and only grain fed thoroughbred horses in our binding glues.  Some of the things we are are too sacred or profane even to speak their names.*
     …so buy a magazine, and send us your work.
     Irrefragably,
              -Thomas Walton (ed.)
          *This magazine may be produced on machines that process peanuts or other nuts.

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