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literary works and zines
The first online book from NYU Press -- Wendy M. Grossman's new book on the power dynamics of cyberspace.
- City Poems from Chatoyant Press
This link provides information to Penny Cagan's book, City Poems, about life in the Big City.
- 12 Gauge Literary Review
A hard-hitting online journal of poetry, fiction, special prose and photo gallery from Brooklyn and beyond.
- American Legends 3
The Death of Jack Webb Collector Plate.
- at a crawl ezine
at a crawl is a brand new fanzine based out of New York... and includes interviews with local musicains, tattoo artists and fine artists; as well as, a frequently updated news section covering the new york punk and hard core scene, art, clubs and more!
- Bartlett's Familiar Quotations
basilisk: an online journal of film, architecture, philosophy, literature, music, and perception.
- The BRETTnews Home Page
A quarterly zine of pithy fluff.
- A Brooklyn Reader
A Reader of Fiction, Poetry, & Art, by people living in Brooklyn (and sometimes in the other boroughs).
- Brooklyn Metro Times
Magazine for Radical Brooklyn. Brooklyn Metro Times was founded in the fall of 1993 by a group of journalists and activists who thought they could do a better job than the corporate tabloids and local advertising rags.
- Chronic Lounge
Chronic Lounge is a crossroad for climbers, mountain bikers, and literary writers. It features stories and pictures about local climbing, mountain biking, and the impetus to create literary art here in the Big City.
- Cleo Odzer
Author of PATPONG SISTERS: AN AMERICAN WOMAN'S VIEW OF THE BANGKOK SEX WORLD. It's a non-fiction personalized story about Patpong, a red-light district in Bangkok, Thailand. It's based on the three years of research she did there and includes a romance between her and one of my male "subjects."
- Columbia Journalism Review
CJR is the oldest (founded in l961) media monitor publication. It is published bimonthly by the Graduate School of Journalism at Columbia University and is written by award-winning journalists as well as bright and adventurous newcomers to the profession. Its bailiwick is anything and everything that pertains to the practice of journalism -- reporting, ethical conduct, new developments in technology, the experience of working as a reporter, editor, news gatherer in all media.
- crude rom
crude rom the cyberspot from the people who brought you drum core, the femzine for Tom Girls, now posting on the www our first HoT MetaL issue.
A serialized novel: Architect Ariel Price decides to murder his own biographer...
- The East Village
Marinex Multimedia's new cyberserial, feature an eclectic cast of Eve Ramsey's friends and foes, including Duncan, the ridiculously charming renaissance man from Glasgow; Daphne, the unemployed actress who is Eve's partner in crime; and Sam, the up-and-coming rock star with a skeleton in his closet.
- Echo: The New York Conference Reader
A fine example of creativity on the Net, or yet another Web vanity page? You be the judge! The Reader features stories and such from members of Echo's New York Conference, where Echoids go to discuss the things that make our hometown: the greatest city in the world/hell on earth/home to TV's Tony Randalli/all of the above
- Eileen's Zine Shelf
- Elements of Style, William Strunk
- fiction @ reiveland.
The Magazine of Independent Film
- GaySource Magazine
The first online, interactive lifestyle magazine for the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community. Delivering the latest news, arts, entertainment, fashion, travel, HIV information and advice, and more.
The Net magazine for expanding minds.
- GRIST On-Line
Poetry magazines and publishers.
- here Gay Fiction/Nonfiction Reviews
Site devoted to gay fiction/nonfiction reviews.
- History Laid Bare
It's time to strip some famous people... It's time to peep into the bedrooms and bathrooms of the past... History Laid Bare is a ew book by Richard Zacks (HarperPerennial, $11) that delivers hundreds of authentic sex scenes and wiseguy remarks long suppressed by prudish historians.
- HYPE ElectraZine
- The Ethical Spectacle
An electronic newsletter is a forum to discuss and promote discussion of, practical, applied ethics; to identify hypocrisy; and especially to spotlight double standards wherever found in our society.
How Do Astronauts Scratch an Itch? -- Imponderables are the little mysteries of everyday life that drive you nuts. Dave Feldman's humble mission in life is to eradicate Imponderability from this sorrowful planet. To this end, he's written nine volumes of Imponderables(R) books.
Your no-hype guide to media, art, culture, and technology.
- Jeffery Zeldman Presents:
Disturbing Desktop Patterns, multimedia, advertising, fiction & commentary from the author of the Batman Forever website.
- KGB Media on the Web
The critically acclaimed NYC based bimonthly magazine of "crime, style, + the end of the world," launches onto the World Wide Web this week with a content-packed, state-of-the-art site, featuring scores of interviews and reviews, a barrage of late-century news-flashes, and killer music and fashion sections.
- Last Ditch
Last Ditch strives to provide visitors with as much meaningless nonsense as they possibly can, and they are committed to filling the web with the finest in low-quality entertainment.
- Literary Kicks
Levi Asher -- There's a lot of material here, much of it written by Levi, plus some contributions by friends, relatives, cool people on the 'Net, and a couple of well-known Beat scholars and subterranean types who he met through this project.
- The Live Poets Society
A place to present your poetry to the world (you retain the rights).
- Noah Wardrip-Fruin's The Book of Endings
A preview of one of the story-groupings is already on-line. Noah's work is hypermedia fiction.
- On the Issues: The Progressive Woman's Quarterly
A feminist, humanist magazine of critical thinking.
Online with America's Best-Selling Gay and Lesbian Magazine.
The Internet Virtual Downtown.
- Poems by Emily Dickenson
The intellectual activity of Emily Dickinson was so great that a large and characteristic choice is still possible among her literary material, and this third volume of her verses is put forth in response to the repeated wish of the admirers of her peculiar genius.
- The Pulitzer Prizes
Contains the works and profiles of this year's winners.
- poetry @ reiveland
- Queensboro Ballads
A cycle of stories and essays in the form of a folk-rock album about the borough of Queens. It's kind of strange, but people like it -- the Village Voice gave it a nice mention in their NetWorld section.
- Qwerty Arts
Offering innovative writing, art and criticism.
- romDog runWay e-Zine
Photography links, Web design, coke counters and more!
NYC's incomparable underground newspaper
- The SPARROW Comic Book Site
The Year is 2015, and though the smoldering heat of New York City, a jaded detective stalks a man who may be the key to preventing Armageddon. He is a former CIA agent named Alex Lacy - codename: SPARROW
- SPYDOOR WEB on-line magazine
A new on-line Magazine concentrating on NYC
- Stuff and Nonsense
America's Quality Fanzine.
- Steven Levy
- Urban Desires
One of (if not) the best zines on the Net! Kyle and his team at Agency.com have done a spectacular job in issue 1.4!
- Xander Stories
Xander Mellish, Short Stories and Cartoons -- The stories on this site first appeared on telephone poles, in subway stations, and in pizza parlors and laundromats around New York City.
- Your Mom
The wacky electric magazine praised by Senators and aerobic instructors alike for bringing the goofy out in everything.
NYCpoetry.com: Montlhy content, calendar, contests!
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