funkyflavours: On Friday we learned of the...
A NY Times article about excellent writer, and... →
Dragnet Interview on The Literary Type →
Check it out here; part of their Mighty Small Mags series. I perused their website and discovered that like TNQ, Dragnet obviously has a sense of fun (from their press release: “Dragnet is young, beautiful, flexible, and pushes boundaries. Sort of like Natalie Portman in Black Swan, but Dragnet doesn’t need a dirty old man to tell it to go home and masturbate for homework.”).
Dragnet eavesdrops on the subway
Female University Student 1: Why do we have nails?
Female University Student 2: Well if you think of animals, they have claws, so it's like...grrrr.
Female University Student 1: You know what's crazy? Our parents grew up in a time before stretchy things.
Review: When Tish Happens by Frank Davey
Vancouver’s Savage Detectives Frank Davey - When Tish Happens: The Unlikely Story of Canada’s “Most Influential Literary Magazine” (ECW Press, 2011) One of the most lauded literary successes of the last few years is Chilean writer Roberto Bolaño’s novel The Savage Detectives, which focuses on a fictional group of avant-garde Mexican poets in the 1970s who call themselves the Visceral...
Science fiction films as Tintin covers →
With the truth so dull and depressing, the only working alternative is wild...– hunter s. thompson (via wishonpinkcars)
R.I.P Arts Funding, you'll be missed.
Order that last quadruple and get your cell phones out to start calling cabs, it’s last call at Dragnet Magazine/Bar! Send us your fictions, 1000 words or less, in the next twelve hours or less. Sound good? Follow this link: http://dragnetmag.net/?q=content/submit