Things are getting exciting at Seizure. We've made our dreams pozible and are now at the point where we get to say, YES! DO ALL THE THINGS WE DREAMED, and then plan them and unleash them onto the world. A few weeks ago we released Seizure Poetry (edited by the fab Fiona Wright), and this week, we launched ALT TXT (edited by interweb-wordsmith Justin Wolfers). These babies are open and looking for submissions, so get in contact with the editors with your ideas and words.
In other exciting news, Seizure Sport is now open for pre-sale! Just look at that sportalicious cover. This is pretty much our last print mag as you know it, so you probably want to get in now before it becomes a collectors' item.
The Seizure crew are also getting involved at the NYWF this weekend. We'll be doing writing things at Everyday Flash Fiction , talking sleek design at Hey, Good Looking, and selling our stuff at the Zine Fair.
The Seizure editorial gang aren't the only one's getting bus-ay. I've been stalking lots of our Seizure contributors, and these guys get points for productivity this week:
Firstly, a whole bunch of them will be showing off their brains at the NYWF this weekend. E.g. Justin Wolfers, Fiona Dunne, Sam Twyford-Moore, Patrick Lenton, Vanessa Berry, Ben Jenkins, Pip Smith, and oh-so-many more (just click on the peeps to see where they'll be appearing).
Phil English (aka toothsoup) has finally caved to popular demand, and produced a list of some of the finest podcasts in town. Have a read through, I'm sure you'll find something new to listen to on the train tomorrow.
Benny Davis is running a solo show for the Sydney Fringe festival over five big nights. If you've ever been to a Seizure launch, you'll probably remember the musical genius with the keyboard playing every and any song you requested. That's Benny. Get your tickets to the all-singing, all-hilarious show, 'The Human Jukebox', here.
Douglas Whyte likes films and writing. So what could be better than films about writing? He's put together a list of the Top 5 American Movies about Writing. And while you're at it, why not take a walk down Devastation Lane, and revisit some of these childhood movie moments.
Thanks for reading and adieu!