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We are pleased to announce the launch of the IMPpress, a quarterly, original, poetry and art e-zine. DESIGN DRAFT
The FREE, current issue of the IMPpress - the design draft, is available here to read on-line. This design draft has been
published to give poets and artists a reading and illustration experience of the content and form of future issues.
The e-zine features: Poems; Artwork ; YouTube video links; A featured artist; An exhibition of two works of ekphrasis
(a collaboration between poet & artist); interviews, etc
FREE: ISSUES, DOWNLOADS & SUBSCRIPTION.
All issues of the e-zine will be free to read on-line. You will also be able to freely download digital versions of
the e-zine, as PDF files, to read off-line. Printed copies of future issues will be available to order from Magcloud,
a print on demand service. You are encouraged to take a free subscription to the IMPpress, so as to be notified
of both submission deadlines and future editions.Details on how to subscribe are on the website: www.imppress.co.uk
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