Depicted is a portrait photography magazine featuring photo series and interviews of musicians and other performing artists.
Content of Issue 1: César Ome Ehekatl (Indian Nightmare) Sara (Messa) Toni (Dolch) Justin Sullivan (New Model Army) Alex Ithymia (Sunshine & Lollipops, Bleeding Heart Nihilist Productions) Shazzula (Wolvennest) Marcelo Aguirre (Evil Spirit) Lauren Ruth Ward Malte (Necros Christos, Sijjin) Evilyn Frantic (sideshow and burlesque performer)
The magazine is printed in A4 format with softcover and contains 122 pages with 87 photos in full format (monochrome and colour), and interviews on 31 pages. Printed on 135 g/m matte photo paper. Limited edition: 200 copies.
PressWurst is a new underground literature magazine from Rodney′s Underground Press, where the usual provokative outsider material takes a rather artistic approach. The central theme of this first issue was defined by the cover photography by Daniel Anhut.
Contains poems and stories by: Fatima Djamila Wollgast, Gisbert Amm, Helmut Schida, Raul Eisele, Sybille Lengauer, Silke Vogten, Inge Jung, Fabian Lenthe, Antoinette, mppalm, Toby Hoffmann, Lütfiye Güzel, Markus Prem, Roland Adelmann, Jenz Dieckmann, Ralf Preusker, Clemens Schittko, Christoph Kleinhubbert und Lars Weylthaar.
Germany′s one and only underground newspaper. This issue featuring Mathias Bröckers, Eric Ahrens, Franziska Appel, Michael Arenz, Jerk Götterwind, Florian Günther, Matthias Hering, Lutz Heyler, Jürgen Heymann, Susann Klossek, M. Kruppe, Matthias Merkelbach, Thomas Meyer-Falk, Jan Off, Jürgen Roth, Hauke Schrieber, Erik Steffen, Harald Winter
Lesbare Zeitschrift für Literatur (German language)
Germany's best underground newspaper. Contents:
Peter Wawerzinek & Franka Silberstein: FOTOGRAFIEREN FÜR UND MIT DEM DRECKSACK (Bericht) Christoph Danne: KULTUROFFENSIVE (Gedicht) Benedikt Maria Kramer GUT, ALBI, KAI, GEISTER, HUGO (Gedichte) Clara Zetkin: REDE ALS ALTERSPRÄSIDENTIN BEI DER ERÖFFNUNG DES REICHSTAGS AM 30. AUGUST 1932 (Rede) Jürgen Landt: STRASSBESETZT (Erzählung) Lutz Heyler: DEUTSCHER DEMOKRATISCHER GESTANK (Erzählung) Jörn Birkholz: ESCHENBACH (Erzählung) Sven Lawicki: KARL (Gedicht) Erik Steffen: INGO CORNELIUS 1945-2017 (Nachruf) Michael Arenz: IN THE BLEAK MIDWINTER (Gedicht) Gerhard Köpf: DIE MÜNCHHAUSEN-KRONE (Essay) Lord Arthur Ponsonby: DIE 10 GRUNDSÄTZE, DER KRIEGSPROPAGANDA Eric Ahrens: VOM DEALER ZUM KOCH (Interview) Matthias Merkelbach: FALSCHE SECHZIGER: THE RESONARS (Musikhinweis) Alexander Pfeiffer: WIE DAS WAR (Gedicht) Susann Klossek: DER SENATOR UND ICH (Bangkok) (Reisebericht) Werner Kiontke: MAN KENNT SICH (Glosse) Philipp Koch: WIR MÜSSEN ÜBER WUTTKE REDEN (Erzählung) New Yok: YOK’s TAXIGESCHICHTEN (Geschichte) Thomas Meyer-Falk: BRIEFE AUS DEM KNAST (Kolumne)
"The Bleeding Heart Nihilist" is a new nonperiodical, independent literary magazine based in Berlin, Germany. It is not aimed at any specific target readership, trying to be accessible to all kinds of people, explicitly including those who normally would never touch a collection of modern poetry. It is a bi-lingual publication embracing the growing international community of our cities, trying to balance English and German content about equally.
It was created to breathe some fresh air into the modern mainstream book market, supporting original newcomers who want to be part of an alternative, uncommercial literary scene outside of online blogs and poetry slams. The contributors, featuring a revolving cast of free authors, are not defined by style or genre, but through being opinionated and subversive, with a special focus on unconventional lifestyles and radical world views, speaking straight from the eponymous bleeding heart.
The first issue presents poetry and stories by Clint Lukas, Gaston Latz, Benjamin Hiller and Karl Cointreaux.
People visited: Martin Coburger (Boxhamsters), Pascow, Stefano Stiletti (Pankerknacker), Carsten Friedrichs (Superpunk), Marcus Wiebusch (Kettcar), Jens Rachut (Oma Hans), Nagel (Muff Potter), Bert & Frank (Supernichts), Impact Records, Turbostaat, Claus Lüer (Chefdenker), Junge & Nico (EA 80), Dirk Jora (Slime), Nebula Fünf Enterprises Int., Bela B., Angry Stef (Club Déjà-vu), Subwix, Glufke (Zwei Tage: Ohne Schnupftabak), Tobias Scheiße (Hammerhead), Dirk von Lowtzow (Tocotronic)
Homestory magazine is more than just another fanzine. The interviews are more than just interviews, genuinely conducted with genuine people. Homestory magazine is completely made up. Homestory magazine is absolutey authentic for that very reason. Homestory magazine is hilarious. Homestory magazine is great literature.
The last and still current issue of this unique fanzine. Entertaining and personal interviews and reviews covering punk, rock'n'roll and metal, as well as various other stories of tremendous literary value, inspired by the respective lifestyle. One of the very few existing publications that still give some meaning to the worn-out term "music journalism" among all the faceless hacks.
Current issue of one of the best english language print magazines focusing on black metal: 136 large format high-gloss pages in professional layout, offering critical interviews, reviews and original, sophisticated articles beyond all scene stereotypes.