The new issue of The Daily Moth, the nifty two-page pdf journal that appears only via email and anything but daily, is now out. For our previous Moth coverage (including downloads of issues 1-3) click here. I tried to upload the new one for all of you, but apparently I can’t post files larger than 2mb, and the new issue is 2.4. So if you want it, you’ll need to get yourself added to the email list, which I think you can do by writing to thedailymoth at gee male dockom.
May 14th, 2009 / 9:51 am
Has anyone heard of this awesome thing? The Daily Moth is a mysterious pdf zine that comes via email on an extremely non-daily basis. They don’t have a website. They publish poetry, movie reviews, and graphs–at least so far. Who knows what will happen next? ONLY THE MOTH KNOWS. It’s average length is two pages. It is run by people named Justine and Timothy–one of each (one for each page?) Did I mention it’s mysterious? This dude who works at a bookstore thinks it’s cool.
I HAVE MADE A SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT WITH THE MOTH. IT ALLOWS ME TO POST ALL THREE OF THEIR BACK ISSUES HERE AS DOWNLOADS. THE ARRANGEMENT WENT LIKE THIS: “Can I post the back issues?” “Yes.”
If you would like to join the mailing list, and have future moths flock to your inbox, you should email firstname.lastname@example.org.
March 19th, 2009 / 12:13 pm