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Innards

What: 'Innards' is an Odd Books mini done in collaboration with Blink Ink. A prose poetry in 6 parts, Innards explores the grotesque, and gropes into the darkest corners of the mind. Emotions like love, lust and sorrow smoulder into a singular 'Innards'. 

 

Who: Cover Art by Adam Kluger, Words by Sreemanti Sengupta, Inside Art by Janne Karlsson, Edited by Doug Mathewson

 

Where: Out now from Blink Ink!

 

How do I get a copy: By mail order. Non Blink subscribers please drop a mail at theoddmagazine@gmail.com requesting a copy. You will be requested to pay the postage or support us with a yearly subscription of $14 only with this link

 

 

 

Love Etc.

 What: 'Love Etc' is a collection of 10 illustrated American Haikus i.e. haikus that follow the 3 line pattern but not the syllabic tradition, as propogated by Jack Kerouac. Dealing with themes ranging from love, relationships, yellowing marriages, the collection comes with sparse ink illustrations that add on to the calm disturbance and minimalism that flows through. A mini collectable.

 

Who: Haikus by Sreemanti Sengupta, Art by Manjari Chakravarti

See her art here: http://www.manjarichakravarti.com/

Where: Printing in Process

 

How do I get a copy: By mail order and online store (ebook and paperback). You can send an email to theoddmagazine@gmail.com to request a copy or get it online in the print/ebook version.

You will be requested to pay the postage or support us with a yearly subscription of $14 only with this link.

 

 

Best of Odds Vol I & II

 WhatThe Best and the most oddilicious of the people who have been published in the Odd Magazine from 1-15 will be featured in two volumes. Volume 1 will have Poetry, Fiction and Interviews while Volume two will have Art and Photography. Two significantly collectable books for all odd contributors and non-contributors alike due to the global span it captures in the creative arts for almost 6 years.

 

Who: Artists, photographers, poets, film makers, the whos who of the art and culture scene of the past decade who have been featured in Odd.

 

Where: Selection in Process

 

How do I get a copy: Vol 1 - Mail Order & Online Purchase. Vol 2 - Cards by Mail order, Book through online purchase only

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They Tell You Lies

 What: A book of collages by the celebrated French poet-collagist, and a frontline figure of the sensational sixties - Bruno Sourdin accompanied by flash fiction by Sreemanti Sengupta. This promises to be a visual treat and a true collectable.

 

Who: Collages by Bruno Sourdin, Stories by Sreemanti Sengupta

 

Where: In Process

 

How do I get a copy: By Mail order, Through online purchase.

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The Day the Sun got an Eye Gouge

 What: A weird and maniacal short story that has everything you didn't expect. That's saying too little about a ballsy dog called Gypsy, some Ass-Burgers, all day eclipses and a flying pot roast called Dante. This is better than a full blown shroom trip!

 

Who: Story and Ink illustrations by C F Roberts

 

Where: In Process

 

How do I get a copy: By Mail order, Through online purchase.

You will be requested to support us with a yearly subscription of $14 only or Donate using this link.

 

 

There's lots more on the way!

 

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