Why Write?

Turn on any news program or open any social media app and the world comes in. And you realise, that right now, the world is ugly. Fascism dominates, and with it all the ugly -isms and -phobias that generate and feed on hate. When people aren't killing or hurting each other, they're destroying the planet.… Continue reading Why Write?

Introducing our New Art Director!

Hello, we know we've been a bit quiet since our launch and opening for submissions, but that doesn't mean we aren't hard at work behind the scenes. It's time to share with you something we've had in the works for a little while: we now have an Art Director! Lissa McFarland has been involved with… Continue reading Introducing our New Art Director!

3, (antilang. no.) 2, (soundbite vol.) 1, LAUNCH!

We promised you more good. short. writing., and we hope you enjoy! Check out our latest issue of antilang. and our inaugural issue of soundbite Thanks for all your support, and lots of love from the ALP team! (and don't worry, you can still read antilang. no. 1 in our archive)

antilang. Preview: Cover Reveal

We're stoked to share the cover of antilang. no. 2 with you! This fantastic photograph by Manit Chaotragoongit, titled "The traveler on a long way," captures the minimalist aesthetic of The ALP's mandate (plus it fits nicely with the bird theme that runs through many of the issue's pieces). Manit Chaotragoongit was born in 1983… Continue reading antilang. Preview: Cover Reveal

Patreon: Step-by-Step

Hello! As you probably already know, we are accepting donations via Patreon in the hope to pay our contributors (soon). But, you might ask, what is Patreon? Simply put, it is a website that connects artists and art projects to patrons (think England circa the Renaissance but online, and instead of one wealthy person supporting… Continue reading Patreon: Step-by-Step

Issue 2 Cover Art Contest

What does literary brevity look like? Show us! Hey everyone, we've been vetting your writing for antilang. no. 2 and we're blown away by your incredible words! Now we're looking for an amazing piece of art that captures the essence of good short writing for the issue's cover. What does literary brevity look like? Show us! Maybe you'll go… Continue reading Issue 2 Cover Art Contest