Sampler: A Void magazine
There is no shortage of literary publications out there, but A Void magazine promises a fascinating new take on the genre. Published by Morbid Books, it wants to make literary culture less elitist.
It comes in a delightfully squared shape, apt for their offbeat mix of acerbic cultural criticism and new ways of interpreting Dada. Their first issue was a staff favourite at the Tate Modern bookshop, so click through to Sampler and order their second instalment for free shipping and 10% off.
In this issue:
— Russian artist Alexander Art was jailed recently for petrol-bombing the Tate Modern
— Charles Manson’s legacy is re-examined in a new true crime essay
— ‘Ask a Shamanic Communist’
— Poetry Swingers Club by the new avant-garde
— And an autobiographical essay by members of the art movement Situationist International
Sampler is our subscription supplement that gets you independent magazines for 10% off and free shipping to the US, UK, Europe (and subsidised shipping everywhere else.) But we have limited copies available, so don’t sleep on this!