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.


News & Updates

March 7, 2005
We have completed the move to a new hosting company. We're also rebuilding our backend system. In the next few weeks our editors will begin working through the backlog of work. When the backlog is cleared, then we'll start working on the submission process.

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The Animist

Electronic Journal of the Arts and Culture

The Animist is an Australian based electronic arts/literary journal (though we are also planning to publish material on CD-ROM). We feature articles/essays, poetry, short stories, digital art, music, audio poetry, reviews and much more. We are always on the look out for innovative material in either the conventional text/image formats or in the new and innovative multimedia formats. Although our material appeals to the intelligent reader we do not publish overly 'jargonised' academic writing. The central goal of the journal is to provide a forum for the intellectual and artistic re-examination of prevalent or inherited cultural codes and values in the face of the immense changes and stresses currently confronting the global population.

Frequency
every six months
Format(s)
Web (considering an expanded CD-Rom edition on subscription)
ISSN
1440
Keywords
sustainable living (1), short stories (106), literature (232), art (288), humanistic psychotherapy (1), cultural studies (2), society (29), music (413), poetry (473), spirituality (39)
Access
Web: http://theanimist.netgazer.net.au/ , http://www.nla.gov.au/nla/pandora/animist.html (archives)
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Publisher
Asphodel Multimedia and Educational Services
Staff
Ian Irvine(Editor/publisher)
Sue King-Smith(Editor/publisher)
Submission Guidelines
Now accepting hardcopied or e-mailed submissions of poems, digital images, essays, stories, reviews. Also accepting posted CD-ROMs/tapes/disks of shockwave material, experimental films, music, audio interviews, audio poetry and other experimental multimedia arts forms. We are currently unable to pay contributors who are selected for the online edition. memory intensive material will appear on the CD-ROM. Work selected for the CD-ROM will earn the creator a free CD-ROM of the edition in which his/her work appears.
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