The Scum Gentry Alternative Arts & Media E-Zine Issue 1: March 2014

      The Scum Gentry Press
The Scum Gentry Alternative Arts & Media E-Zine Issue 1: March 2014

The Scum Gentry Alternative Arts and Media E-Zine is a monthly compendium of poetry, prose, journalism, art-works, interviews and other various madness, all with a darkly-comic outsider appeal.The Scum Gentry Alternative Arts and Media E-Zine is a monthly compendium of poetry, prose, journalism, art-works, interviews and other various madness, all with a darkly-comic outsider appeal. Issue one features poetry by Galway poets Ephraim Gast, Laurence Vougiouklakis and Slimz O’Driscoll, Dublin Poet Peter O’Neill and Manchester poet Ian Critchley; short stories by Ross Breslin and Andrew Fitzpatrick; journalism by Zack Breslin, Garret O’Gorman and Ross Breslin; and art works by Evil Hand and Bold Bill. On top of all this, the Zine also contains a selection of surreal and satirical puzzles and comics, and an Arts from the Inside conversation with poet, critic and workshop facilitator Kevin Higgins.For more information and up-to-date madness from the rogues and rakes at the Scum Gentry, visit their website: www.thescumgentry.com
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    The Scum Gentry Alternative Arts & Media E-Zine Issue 2: April 2014

      The Scum Gentry Press
The Scum Gentry Alternative Arts & Media E-Zine Issue 2: April 2014

The Scum Gentry Alternative Arts and Media E-Zine is a monthly compendium of poetry, prose, journalism, art-works, interviews and other various madness, all with a darkly-comic outsider appeal.The Scum Gentry Alternative Arts and Media E-Zine is a monthly compendium of poetry, prose, journalism, art-works, interviews and other various madness, all with a darkly-comic outsider appeal.Issue two features prose by David Duff and Ross Breslin; poetry by Rachel Coventry, Peter O’Neill, Ephraim Gast, Ian Critchley and Slimz O’Driscoll; political commentary by Zack Breslin; art works by Ol’ Blue Harkin and Slimz O’Driscoll; and an Arts from The Inside interview with London-based Irish artist Rob Whoriskey. Also in this month’s edition are a selection of grotesque and outrageous puzzles and comics, exclusive to the zine and personally crafted by the lunatics at Scum Gentry Manor themselves. Delicious.For more information and up-to-date madness from the rogues and rakes at the Scum Gentry, visit their website: www.thescumgentry.com
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