Saturday, December 5, 2009
DOOM ZINE ISSUE NO. 2
Submit by January 20, 2010
Thanks again to all who submitted to the first issue of Doom Zine. Besides a few typo's on my part, I think it turned out great! I'm very excited to get started on the second issue. I have been brainstorming a lot of idea's to make this issue different from the first and I have decided on "THEMES". Most people already have a natural theme to their work such as destruction, anatomy, or nature. I am going to ask you to only submit works that go along with a cohesive THEME.
DEADLINE: JANUARY 20TH
email your submissions to
submissions must include:
-brief description about your theme
-up to 5 images or works
ART, FASHION, PHOTOGRAPHY, POETRY, SHORT STORIES, SCULPTURE, etc!
Keep in mind that the centerfold is up for grabs!
Also, I love the way the zine turned out but it cost me a pretty penny. So, I'm asking everyone who submits to pay 1 dollar per image or work. And remember aside from online and published exposure you get a free zine just for submitting! Reference the paypal button labeled "SUBMIT" on your right. Submissions without payment will not be considered.
Thanks in advance for a great issue!
REMEMBER TO SUBMIT TO firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, November 18, 2009
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
Doom Zine Issue No. 1: Exposing the Young Artist, has been published! This issue features over 50 artists from all over the country. Photographers, painters, poets unite in this unique multi-media collection of works! Contact me for your own copy of Doom Zine ($5) and stay posted for the next issues deadline..scroll down for a sneak peak at issue no. 1!
Kevin Michael Billieux
J'aime Lizzote & Meghan Lavery
James O. Suneson
Max Abraham Roseglass
Siri Lakshmi Scott
Dave DiAngelis & Chris Fiftal
Sevi D & the Wilds
Rebecca Lee Irwin
DOOM ZINE ISSUE NO. 1: SNEAK PEAK
Maybe Everyone Downstairs
by Ben Farley
Maybe everyone downstairs knows who I
Maybe their arms are the legs of
someone who knows me.
Maybe their eyes are at the heart of
someone who thinks they know me.
Maybe their tongues are in the throats of
people who thinks they know me
but who can't
put a face to my name.
Maybe their lungs are in the womb
of someone who might know me
years from now.
Maybe their teeth are the teeth of
people who know me,
J'aime Lizotte & Meghan Lavery
No One Said Nothing
by Sean Sullivan