Wednesday, August 18, 2010
It is with great pleasure that we would like to announce the overdue arrival of Fact-Simile 3.1, our Spring/Summer issue. To view this issue online or download a free PDF version, please click here.
This is our biggest issue ever, featuring an interview with Brian Evenson plus new work from: Michelle Disler, Cralan Kelder, Shanna Miller McNair, Andrew Wessels, Mark Cunningham, Tim Roberts, Derek Henderson, Elizabeth Robinson, Roxanne Carter, Mary Kasimor, David Brennan, Charles Freeland, Richard Schwass, Peter Grieco, John Tway Zackel, Matt Reeck, Rich Murphy, Ryan Ridge, Dan Ruhrmanty, John Kearns, Scott Bentley, Jennifer Karmin and Michael Leong.
If you are a subscriber or contributor, then print copies are, as they say, in the mail! If you are not yet a subscriber and would like to receive physical manifestations of Fact-Simile magazine for the ridiculously low price of $5 per year (2 issues), you can email us or follow the PayPal link on our website.
We sincerely hope you enjoy Fact-Simile 3.1 and be sure to share it with all your friends. Many thanks in advance and, as always...
Travis Macdonald & JenMarie Davis
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
It is with great pleasure that we announce the official print release of Ed Baker's Points/Counterpoints from Fact-Simile Editions.
As some of you may already know, we published an electronic online version of Points/Counterpoints in 2009. Now, in order to celebrate the 40th Anniversary of this important text, we've assembled a limited-edition print run of 100 hand-numbered books for sale exclusively through our website.
This limited edition is $10. If you order your copy in the next 48 hours we will include a Fact-Simile Trading Card of your choice.
Just be sure to indicate your card preference along with payment. Customers without access to PayPal, please contact us directly for ordering information. Many thanks in advance and, as always, happy reading!
Travis & JenMarie