17th September 2014

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birdasaurus:

Darian Wong

birdasaurus:

Darian Wong

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17th September 2014

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blackkatt:

 freja

blackkatt:

 freja

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17th September 2014

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viperslang:


La beauté sera CONVULSIVE ou ne sera pas. 
Beauty will be CONVULSIVE or not be at all. 
André Breton’s final sentence in Nadja (1928)
V1.1. Issue Theme : The Beauty Convulsive

What scissors the ground of your being like the tropic of cancer? What froths from the pith of this globe - in itself a scintilla of natural hotwater geysers, or the magnitude of magma? If you wrote, drew, saw, summoned that Beauty which defied the mortality of human imagination, that veiled in its hundred tongues the daimons of ancient ruins, that connects the cave paintings of altamira to the algorithmic matrix of your cellular intelligence. We are looking for the ruptures and the raptures in the seismograph ticking inside your chest.
How does your eye birth The Convulsive Beauty?
Submit your work to cyberhexjournals@gmail.com
Submissions open from 6th September 2014 - 6th October 2014
Issue Guidelines :
Poetry : 1 to 4 poems in the body of the email.
Prose : upto 6500 words or 2 prose pieces in the body of the email/ alternatively you can send flash fiction and short short fiction as well
Art/Photography : 1-7 hi res prints of your own original work
Hybrid Media : send us a proposal/query of what you intend to make and if our visual editor is surrounded by enough happy dogs he will agree to it!
In the subject line, write –
“Genre – Your name – Number of pieces submitted”.
For example : “Poetry – Vincent Philip – 2 Poems”
We consider poems no more than 90 lines long, hybrid work of no more than 1,500 words, and prose no more than 6,500 words. We don’t accept erotica or genre fiction at this point in time but you can query us for speculative fiction.
We also welcome book reviews, essays about the cultural milieu and interview pitches but please query us first with a neatly summarised proposal.
We do accept simultaneous submissions. However, kindly drop us a message if your work is accepted elsewhere. We seek previously unpublished (including online) work only. You maintain all rights to your work; we ask only the right to keep your work on our website indefinitely and perhaps, eventually, the right to publish a broadside or anthology.
Happy Hexes!
-
Cyberhex Editorial Team
Note: To get an understanding of what we like, you can read V1.0

viperslang:

La beauté sera CONVULSIVE ou ne sera pas. 

Beauty will be CONVULSIVE or not be at all.

André Breton’s final sentence in Nadja (1928)

V1.1. Issue Theme : The Beauty Convulsive

What scissors the ground of your being like the tropic of cancer? What froths from the pith of this globe - in itself a scintilla of natural hotwater geysers, or the magnitude of magma? If you wrote, drew, saw, summoned that Beauty which defied the mortality of human imagination, that veiled in its hundred tongues the daimons of ancient ruins, that connects the cave paintings of altamira to the algorithmic matrix of your cellular intelligence. We are looking for the ruptures and the raptures in the seismograph ticking inside your chest.

How does your eye birth The Convulsive Beauty?

Submit your work to cyberhexjournals@gmail.com

Submissions open from 6th September 2014 - 6th October 2014

Issue Guidelines :

Poetry : 1 to 4 poems in the body of the email.

Prose : upto 6500 words or 2 prose pieces in the body of the email/ alternatively you can send flash fiction and short short fiction as well

Art/Photography : 1-7 hi res prints of your own original work

Hybrid Media : send us a proposal/query of what you intend to make and if our visual editor is surrounded by enough happy dogs he will agree to it!

In the subject line, write –

“Genre – Your name – Number of pieces submitted”.

For example : “Poetry – Vincent Philip – 2 Poems”

We consider poems no more than 90 lines long, hybrid work of no more than 1,500 words, and prose no more than 6,500 words. We don’t accept erotica or genre fiction at this point in time but you can query us for speculative fiction.

We also welcome book reviews, essays about the cultural milieu and interview pitches but please query us first with a neatly summarised proposal.

We do accept simultaneous submissions. However, kindly drop us a message if your work is accepted elsewhere. We seek previously unpublished (including online) work only. You maintain all rights to your work; we ask only the right to keep your work on our website indefinitely and perhaps, eventually, the right to publish a broadside or anthology.

Happy Hexes!

-

Cyberhex Editorial Team

Note: To get an understanding of what we like, you can read V1.0

17th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Inside my mind with 26,478 notes

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17th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Inside my mind with 1,402 notes

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17th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Inside my mind with 375 notes

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17th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Inside my mind with 429 notes

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17th September 2014

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orphan black meme: {3/3} locations 

↳ cosima’s place

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17th September 2014

Photoset reblogged from Birds on the Brain with 161 notes

mirroredphotography:

Ferns in the forest (2)

See Ferns in the Forest

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17th September 2014

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aenimasf:

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aenimasf:

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17th September 2014

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17th September 2014

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fandomsandfeminism:

keepyoursky:

fandomsandfeminism:

One of my favorite things about Wonder Woman, truly, is that she isn’t some isolated solo bad ass. 
There is no brooding, Bat Man like “loner” streak in her. She has no Supermany “Fortress of Solitude.” No, while Diana may sometimes be separated from her fellow Amazons, she never shuns them in self inflicted monkery. 
Rather, spectacularly, Diana revels in her sisterhoods. Whether with her fellow Amazons, or with other heroes, or with her human friends, like Candy. Wonder Woman’s enduring sense of Camaraderie, of fellowship, of solidarity and sisterhood is truly noble, and it’s one of  my favorite things about her.
She’s not concerned with being better than other women. She is not jealous of other women’s successes and strengths. She has no deep broody desire to prove herself worthy. She is filled to the brim with self confidence and  EAGER to embrace other women as her sisters. 
Self Confidant, dedicated to justice, and embracing sisterhood with all other women: All feminists should aspire to be as wondrous as Wonder Woman. 

I’d like to add that because of this in many ways Wonder Woman is the best warrior of the Trinity. At the end of the day, Diana can rally an army, something Supes and Bats can’t do. Diana knows how to lead, how to fight, and if necessary, she’s fully willing to kill. This makes Diana such a necessary member of the trinity. Sometimes justice means a crime fighter, or a symbol of hope, but sometimes it means someone willing to go to war, real, dirty, messy, difficult war, and Diana brings that to the table every damn time. 

How’s that quote go? “When you need to stop an asteroid, you get Superman. When you need to solve a mystery, you call in Batman. But when you need to end a war, you get Wonder Woman.”

fandomsandfeminism:

keepyoursky:

fandomsandfeminism:

One of my favorite things about Wonder Woman, truly, is that she isn’t some isolated solo bad ass. 

There is no brooding, Bat Man like “loner” streak in her. She has no Supermany “Fortress of Solitude.” No, while Diana may sometimes be separated from her fellow Amazons, she never shuns them in self inflicted monkery. 

Rather, spectacularly, Diana revels in her sisterhoods. Whether with her fellow Amazons, or with other heroes, or with her human friends, like Candy. Wonder Woman’s enduring sense of Camaraderie, of fellowship, of solidarity and sisterhood is truly noble, and it’s one of  my favorite things about her.

She’s not concerned with being better than other women. She is not jealous of other women’s successes and strengths. She has no deep broody desire to prove herself worthy. She is filled to the brim with self confidence and  EAGER to embrace other women as her sisters. 

Self Confidant, dedicated to justice, and embracing sisterhood with all other women: All feminists should aspire to be as wondrous as Wonder Woman. 

I’d like to add that because of this in many ways Wonder Woman is the best warrior of the Trinity. At the end of the day, Diana can rally an army, something Supes and Bats can’t do. Diana knows how to lead, how to fight, and if necessary, she’s fully willing to kill. This makes Diana such a necessary member of the trinity. Sometimes justice means a crime fighter, or a symbol of hope, but sometimes it means someone willing to go to war, real, dirty, messy, difficult war, and Diana brings that to the table every damn time. 

How’s that quote go? “When you need to stop an asteroid, you get Superman. When you need to solve a mystery, you call in Batman. But when you need to end a war, you get Wonder Woman.”

Source: fandomsandfeminism

17th September 2014

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introspextion:

☆

introspextion:

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17th September 2014

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17th September 2014

Photo reblogged from Scars and stories with 63 notes