The Smudge, May 2018, Volume 2, Issue 5


The Smudge, May 2018, Volume 2, Issue 5

"The Smudge is a monthly newspaper offering articles, interviews, comics, and advice from a range of unique thinkers and creators. At a time when many of us have been searching for ways to contribute, we decided we'd use the tool we know best: PRINT. We're not activists, we're not editors, but we have a printer and we know how to use it. So, in the spirit of the underground and alternative presses of the 60's and 70's, we hope to offer a unique voice and a different perspective on the issues and events that affect us all. And hopefully we can squeeze some good comics in there as well."

In this issue:

• Past Present, Future Tense by Edie Fake

• How to Write About The Richest Artist in The World by Angella d'Avignon

• In Praise Of: Rosemary by Liana Jegers

• It's Natural by Nathaniel Russell

• Star Signs from Small Spells by Rachel Howe

• In The New Year by Pete Gamlen

• we START we FINISH by William Luz

• TV Eye by Moira Quinn

• On The Grid with Joe Winer

• Lessons in Shorthand by B. Ingrid Olson

• Dilute Your Brand by Eva Claycomb

• License Plate Caption Contest by Paul Windle

• Comic by Jul Canoué

• Crossword Puzzle by Colleen Hammond

• Cover art and illustrations by Emma Kohlmann

A portion of proceeds from Issue #5 will be donated to the National Immigration Law Center

8.5” x 11”

11 pages

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