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More photos by Stephanie Coffey added to Issue Two launch album!
Photos by Stephanie Coffey from Saturday’s Dragnet Mag Issue Two launch!
Dragnet Magazine Issue Two features writing by Susan Musgrave, Nick Ripatrazone, and Midge Raymond, as well as many upcoming voices (see the trailer). Check it out now, funk soul brother, right about now.
Dragnet Issue Two trailer! Original sleazy cabaret theme song by That’s No Moon. Video by Jeremy Hanson-Finger using copyright-free footage from “How Much Affection?” by Coronet Films, 1958.
Here’s a poster our friend Nikin Nagewadia did with the details for the Dragnet Issue Two launch, which is happening at 9pm, Saturday, July 2 at Studio 561 (561 Bloor St. W) w/ readings by Shari Kasman and Andy Sinclair, performances by the bands Dinosaur Dinosaur and Rodrigo Wilde, and an “Aughtie By Nature” retro 2000s dance party by DJ ARP 2600. Hope you can make it! Bring all your friends! Facebook event here.
Dragnet Issue Two cover, courtesy of Roxanne Ignatius.
(Working busily away on the drawings for Issue II of Dragnet Magazine. Read Issue I here: www.dragnetmag.net)
We’re hard at work selecting submissions for Issue Two. So…
Fast forward, selectah!
We want your stories by May 1. More details HERE.
Hello Potential Contributors!
Thanks for taking an interest in Dragnet Magazine. Here at Dragnet we, as a rule, believe very few things. Some of these things are:
1) That literary fiction (which is all we publish) should be as fun as it is well made. Although we’re not strictly a humour magazine, as frivolous people we enjoy work with a sense of play to it.
2) That most literary fiction is far too long, so keep your entries at a 1000 words maximum, please.
3) That artistic work, regardless of the medium, should try to, in some way, at least a little, when it’s feeling up to it, push boundaries. Avant-gardey work is encouraged. […]