If you want one, better get your skates on. Once they’re gone we won’t be printing any more!
Copies are £4 and included a badge, sticker and P&P.
To order simply email PIYEHUB@GMAIL.COM
In other news, Issue #2 is well under way - expect copies to be available in the next few weeks.
The PIYE Team will be out of the office this weekend so expect replies to any emails/messages on Monday. If you have something urgent to say, contact us through Twitter as we’ll be checking that while away.
Have a great weekend writers,
Ionie and Luke.
To all of the following writers -
Annwen Bates - Now Here’s Something To Marvel At (Prose)
Caitlin Mclarty - The Radioactive Rod-Doll (Poem)
Charley Packham - Eve’s Canvas (Prose)
Chris Gray - Lewis And The Spider (Prose)
Christopher Parvin - Hope (Prose)
Conor Boyd - 2013 (Prose)
Fikayo Francisca Balogun - The Chosen Mate (Poem)
Georgia Ball - The Piano (Poem)
Hannah Watts - The Best Medicine (Prose)
James Rice - Sink (Prose)
Jennifer Brough - Marbles (Poem)
Joe Woodhouse - Assassin’s Birthday Bash (Prose)
Katherina Maria Malinowski - Slipped Away (Poem)
Kathryn Lamble - Acid and Ingest (Poem)
Mark Cockshutt - A Cloth In One Hand And A Plate In The Other (Prose)
Mark Howson - Our Hero Addresses Us Directly (Prose)
Matt Scully - The Tele-pad (Prose)
Max Cummins - Untitled (Prose)
Michael Holloway - Man Smoking On A Wall (Prose)
Miles Alexander - American’t (Poem)
Nick Sadler - The Listening Cloud (Prose)
Owen Townend - MATE Compliant #37 (Prose)
Rachael McGowan - Untitled (Poem)
Rachel Betteridge - Severed Souls: Part Two (Prose)
Raegan Sealy - The Girl With Red Lipstick (Poem/Prose)
Riley Duvel - Thoughts Before A Tea Party (Prose)
Ruthie Kennedy - We Imagined A Ghost As Big As God (Poem)
Sarah Tarbit - The Dog (Prose)
Shell Keeley - High Hopes For My Inevitable Death (Poem)
You will all be published in the second issue of PIYE Magazine. We will be in contact in the next few days to discuss editing and illustrations.
We received excellent submissions from all of you and to those who didn’t make it into this issue - don’t despair! There’s always next time.
As of today PIYE Magazine will now be available in News From Nowhere on Bold Street, Liverpool. (Click the image below to visit their webpage.)
This is a brilliant bookshop with extremely knowledgeable staff and we’re proud to have our magazine on their shelves. I highly recommend a visit if independent bookshops are your thing… and if they’re not!
I also left some free stickers there under the noticeboard so pick one up if you fancy.
In other news, the deadline for issue #2 has now passed. Thank you to those who submitted and we will be in touch very soon.