LIT JOURNALS

Periodicals collecting a variety of literary forms, usually under one cover.

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  1. The Filth #6

    The Filth #6 (Zine)

    $4.00

    20 full-sized black and white pages of bad ass fiction, killer poetry, photos, collages, frustrations, murder, psychopaths, love. Learn More
  2. The Filth #5

    The Filth #5 (Zine)

    $4.00

    22 full-sized, black and white pages of amazing writing and art! Get yours now, and then when we blow up big, you can tell all your friends that you were one of the first fans of the Filth Learn More
  3. The Filth #4

    The Filth #4 (Zine)

    $4.00

    28 full-sized pages of black and white art, fiction from the gutter, truth that will rip out your heart, poetry slippery with body fluids, the apocalypse, working girls, party fouls, and revenge. Learn More
  4. The Filth #3

    The Filth #3 (Zine)

    $4.00

    The Filth is a collection of short stories, photos, articles, interviews, journals, and art. It’s about keeping true to yourself even when you’re down in the gutter. It’s about being strong, when you feel like the world wants to blow you away. It’s about stardust and gravel, drinking when you’re on medication, falling in love when you know it could be disastrous, jumping off the fucking cliff and hoping that someone will catch you. It’s about getting down and dirty, rough and tumble. It is about going beyond yourself and bringing in things you've always wanted, but have either been to afraid to fathom or simply weren't ready to consider, until RIGHT NOW! It’s being so sure... so sure that you can do anything. Learn More
  5. The Filth #2

    The Filth #2 (Zine)

    $3.00

    The Filth is a collection of short stories, photos, articles, interviews, journals, and art. It’s about keeping true to yourself even when you’re down in the gutter. It’s about being strong, when you feel like the world wants to blow you away. It’s about stardust and gravel, drinking when you’re on medication, falling in love when you know it could be disastrous, jumping off the fucking cliff and hoping that someone will catch you. It’s about getting down and dirty, rough and tumble. It is about going beyond yourself and bringing in things you've always wanted, but have either been to afraid to fathom or simply weren't ready to consider, until RIGHT NOW! It’s being so sure... so sure that you can do anything. Learn More
  6. The Dreaded Feast

    The Dreaded Feast: Writers on Enduring the Holidays

    $15.95

    The Dreaded Feast will act as a balm for the millions of people who face Christmastime with a mixture of dread and obligation. Whether it’s the last-minute shopping, the unappealing office party, or the prospect of more than 24 hours with family, it’s never easy. Learn More
  7. The Coffin Factory #5

    The Coffin Factory #5

    $9.00

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    The magazine for people who love books. Learn More
  8. The Bushwick Review #2

    The Bushwick Review #2

    $5.00

    The Bushwick Review #2 features short stories, poems, comics, humorous restaurant reviews, a guide to micronations, drawings, watercolors, photographs of people sitting on porches, a weaving draft sketch, a radio play script, an illustrated diagram about the cycle of pigeons, an illustrated tale about a turkey, and more. Learn More
  9. The Best Of The First Line: The First Three Years

    The Best Of The First Line: The First Three Years

    $10.00

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    Collecting the best of the first 3 years of THE FIRST LINE. Learn More
  10. The Best of The First Line Editors' Picks: 2002 - 2006

    The Best of The First Line Editors' Picks: 2002 - 2006

    $10.00

    This anthology contains twenty-three of the editors' favorite stories from The First Line, beginning with Volume 4 Issue 1 (our first perfect-bound issue) and ending with Volume 8 Issue 4 (Jeff's last issue). Learn More

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