Out of the Gutter Online: Counterblow: Regrets can provide important life lessons. The most important lesson in The Gutter? Don’t push the wrong buttons. Counterblow by María C. Domínguez
About Out of the Gutter
“Begun in 2008 as “the only pulp magazine in print,” Out of the Gutter originally appeared as a 200-page quasi-punk ‘zine featuring homemade formatting, off-the-wall humour, articles on crime, politics and culture, and the grittiest fiction available anywhere. After seven issues the project grew into a small press, and the printing of the journal grinded to a halt.
But today we’re breathing new life into the endeavour, finally moving into the twenty-first century by combining Gutter’s rapid-fire, no-holds-barred attitude with the instant access and live discussion offered by the Internet.”
The new issue of London Grip features new poems by:* Sonja Key * María Castro Domínguez * Fiona Sinclair * Sarah Lawson * Angela Kirby * Phil Wood * Jeni Curtis * J D DeHart * Marc Carver * Hugh McMillan * Linda Rose Parkes * Kate Noakes* Norbert Hirschhorn * Peter Ulric Kennedy * Pam Job * Shash Trevett * Neil Fulwood* Ben Banyard * Fraser Sutherland * Richie McCaffery * Ian C Smith * Jan Hutchinson* Edmund Caterpillar * Charles Tarlton.
A big thanks to Michael Bartholomew-Biggs, London Grip’s current Poetry Editor for having put together such a exciting issue. Quoting from the magazine: LondonGrip is an international online cultural magazine- founded by Patricia Morris in 2007 – is a wholly independent online venue, a cultural omnibus providing intelligent reviews of current shows and events, well-argued articles on the widest range of topics, an exhibition space for cross-media arts and an in-house poetry magazine with its own editor.