Thursday, November 13, 2008

SIR! Issue 1


After wrong turns and long evenings, I am proud to announce the debut issue of SIR!
a new online literary journal of poetry and prose - The flagship issue is jammed with 23 contributors of varying temperaments and styles. It includes - Chad Reynolds, Noah Falck, Blake Butler, Ryan Walsh (of the band Hallelujah the Hills), Scott Garson,Mike Young, Juliet Cook, Brooklyn Copeland, Rauan Klassnik, Peter Berghoef, Elisa Gabbert, Carl Annarummo, Peter Schwartz, Zachary Schomburg & Emily Kendal Frey, Sean Kilpatrick, Julia Cohen,Charles Lennox, Shane Jones, Spencer Troxell, Brandon Hobson, Nicolle Elizabeth, Nathan Logan, and William Walsh.

We ask you to please tell your friends about SIR! by blogging, email, or by cordless telephone.
This is vital for our continuation and motivation to get up in the morning.
Currently we are not accepting submissions .
We will be accepting submissions for for Issue 2 come December 1st.

VISIT SIR! HERE

This issue would not have been possible were it not for the gracious patience of the contributors
and the hard work of Emily Goodale who designed the issue.

If you have any feedback, I would love to know what you think.
sir.editor@gmail.com

sir-magazine.org
www.eunuchsblues.blogspot.com

9 comments:

Spencer Troxell said...

I just got finished reading everything at Sir!, and I like it all. The layout is very cool. Thanks for asking me to partake.

Brandi Wells said...

nice.

BLAKE BUTLER said...

congrats man. incredible job

Eunuchsblues said...

Thanks everyone. I had great pieces to work with.

corporate library said...

I am enjoying it very much as well. I must say I like the design as much as the latest FOU. Cheers!

Charles Lennox said...

Turned out great Brian. Looking forward to the next issue.

peter b. said...

I'm lovin' it. Like a Big Mac or a twenty piece chicken nugget.

Sara Kearns said...

The content is quite good, with a really cool, eclectic line-up of poets. And I love the design and visuals. Impressive first issue.
Bravo!

Silviaville said...

It looks really nice!