The inaugural issue of Jink Magazine will release on Sunday, April 29, 2017. Links will be sent to our mailing list (you can add your name below) to the first issue.
Featuring writing by Laurie Paulsen, Susan Cornish, Robert Rich, Jem Street, Guy Fimbres, Tomas Ulises-Soto and Phara Desanne.
With artist George Strasburger and Jack McLain.
An interview with HooBoy.
Art, photography, writing--all sorts--and humor are now being accepted for Strada Company's first ever arts and thinkings magazine, Jink. Jink, as you may have Googled, means a sudden change of direction or in a more vernacular sense, a trick or joke. Urban Dictionary thinks Jink means money. Well, we might be making a lot of jokes and changing directions precipitously, but at this time we don't have much money. We do have a large mailing list and a city that is--despite what its government or major employers think--kind of an arts community. A city that makes ideas, we would say.
Interested artists should commit (we don't say submit here) through email to Stradatheatre@gmail.com. We absolutely will not use a thing of yours until you tell us we can, nor will we share it with anybody. If you have questions, contact me directly: Michael Fenlason at Michael.Fenlason@gmail.com. Our September issue will feature the theme of: Artist Woman Troublemaker.
Jink accepts commissions from a variety of forms including video. If you're not sure what the parameters are, write me. We can talk about it.