Hi, I am one of the editors at Why Vandalism? online literary and arts journal. A few of us are really big fans of experimental/avant-garde film and are interested in finding, connecting, and publishing literary and visual arts work and artists. WV? is fairly new (7 months old as of this posting) and has grown significantly. We plan on being around for a long time. All work published---copyright is maintained by the original author with permission granted only for one-time publishing rights and to archive on the site. We would really like to expand the journal to include film/video in the issues.
Here's the web address: [url=http://www.whyvandalism.com/]http://www.whyvandalism.com/[/url]
Any questions or interest feel more than welcome to contact us (or see my forum profile email):
submissions[at]whyvandalism[dot]com, replace [at] and [dot] with the symbol and period,
or submit work to Why Vandalism?
Email: [email protected] [10MB or under, welcome to email any work] [for work over
10MB, please use a free, online transfer service like sendspace to send over video; there are many
other free file transfer sites outh there (see other post by me in 'resources' for some others), or let
us know where we can download your work (like this forum??). [b]It is perfectly OK to submit work to us that
appears in this forum/boards, a matter-of-fact, I plan to read and be active in the future on the forum and try to form a bond with this here forum, so you can message me from here---see my email contact info in my profile.[/b]
Here's the current blurb on our submissions webpage: [url=http://whyvandalism.com/submissions.html]http://whyvandalism.com/submiss...
[i]'why vandalism? is an online arts journal currently accepting submissions from [b]visual artists[/b] and writers of poetry, fiction, and gonzo. WV is open to all forms of writing and artwork. Currently, we are especially hungry for thought-provoking creative fiction from all genres ranging from (but certainly not limited to) science-fiction to westerns to surrealistic, and experimental writing.
We do have a fondness for new, experimental writing as well as thoughtful work in traditional modes.'[/i]