John Labovitz's E-Zine-List

This is a list of electronic 'zines around the world, accessible via the Web, FTP, email, and other services.


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March 7, 2005
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AfterNoon Magazine

A Magazine of Art and Literature

AfterNoon is a reincarnation of sorts. The original title came partly from our sense that it was getting late in the day, and partly from the fact that we had settled in California, where the living seemed easy -- like the long summer afternoons of childhood. The forms of the past -- social, political, religious -- are clearly nearing the end of a long decline; those of the future are already partly visible, but their outlines have yet to be filled in -- we can see only dimly, at this point, how we get from here to there. The new AfterNoon, as part of the Motley Focus Locus, is an attempt to face up to this reality -- to record what we are now as accurately as possible.

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constantly updated
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literature (232), freedom of speech (1), art (288), fiction (347), essays (122), plays (12), literary (141), alternative (169), experimental (33), poetry (473)
Access
Web: http://motley-focus.com/~timber/afternoon.html
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Publisher
Motley Focus Locus
Staff
Stephen Williamson
William Timberman
Submission Guidelines
Our submissions policy is an open one: we invite anyone with fiction, drama, poetry, essays or graphics to send them to us. We prefer that they be submitted in electronic form, but we don't require it
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