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Hometown Heroes 2016 meets #RIND

Just in time for Hometown Heroes 2016 11D Press has added three perk packages featuring artwork by participants in Seattle’s exciting new comic festival, April 8th and 9th (https://www.facebook.com/events/980701665343279/).

 

Level 5 Hometown Heroes 2016 A

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The print edition of The Rock Is Not Dead Anthology (softcover) & The Rock Is Not Dead Soundtrack (CD) & Rock Is Not Dead Ladies’ T-Shirt, Noel Franklin Design.

 

Level 5 Hometown Heroes 2016 B

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The print edition of The Rock Is Not Dead Anthology (softcover) & The Rock Is Not Dead Soundtrack (CD) & RIND 11D Press/80% Studios Mash-up T-Shirt.

 

Level 6 Hometown Heroes 2016

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The print edition of The Rock Is Not Dead Anthology (softcover) & The Rock Is Not Dead Soundtrack (CD) & Rock Is Not Dead Ladies’ T-Shirt, Noel Franklin Design & RIND 11D Press/80% Studios Mash-up T-Shirt (the Dimi Macheras design).



Your support of 11D Press’ #RIND project is much appreciated and, if you happen to be in the Seattle are, be sure to check out Hometown Heroes 2016!

#RIND CONTRIBUTOR: INTRODUCING WM BRIAN MacLEAN

11th Dimension Press is lucky to have so many amazing artist contributing to the forthcoming ROCK IS NOT DEAD (#RIND) project including…

WM BRIAN MacLEAN

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Newly politicized in 2010 by the G20 fiasco in Toronto, Wm Brian MacLean launched OpinioNation, an unfunny and little-read editorial strip. It ran for 2+ years, mostly online. In years prior, Brian had made farcical comics about alt-dimension Sea Monkeys, smutty corrugated boxes, finding one’s keys in one’s vagina, and the like. But editorializing on everything he resented about society took a personal toll. That strip was shuttered on the eve of 2012 as he launched Distractionism, a return to lighthearted storytelling. Rock Is Not Dead is an opportunity for Brian to revisit political criticism by recontextualizing anti-drug war lyrics as anti-tarsands and anti-surveillance state imagery. His work can be read in Beyond Anthology, Chilly Tales, Steampunk Originals vol 2 and various zines, as well as at roostertree.com. Brian is @roostertree on Twitter.

11th Dimension Press—a relatively new independent publishing concern based in the Niagara Region of Ontario, Canada—is getting ready to release an anthology of short stories inspired by ‘Rock’ music.  The plan for the Rock Is Not Dead (#RIND) project is to build a multi-dimensional multi-media project that engages artists of all kinds, authors, graphic artists, and musicians.  The anthology will include a series of written-word short stories; a series of graphic-based, or comic, short stories; and a soundtrack including all the songs that inspired the short stories.

#RIND CONTRIBUTOR: Introducing Terence James Eeles

11th Dimension Press is lucky to have so many amazing artist contributing to the forthcoming ROCK IS NOT DEAD (#RIND) project including…

Terence James Eeles

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Born in Croydon, South London, Terence James Eeles is an ’80s child, underdog appreciator, Wiki-whore, library slut, and ex-window monkey. He has worked mostly in retail purgatory for his sins. In 2011 he was commended and short-listed in the Manchester Fiction and Bridport Short Story Prizes for his subversive, lyrical, and motif-driven fiction, and in 2012 completed his MA in creative writing at Birkbeck, University of London. “The Trojan Horse Mixtape” is the opening story in ‘The Mechanics’ Institute Review 9 (2012), and “Lemming” is seventeenth in the award-winning anthology ‘Burnt Tongues’ (2014) edited by Chuck Palahniuk. “Zombie Punks” was also the winning monologue at the Oldham Coliseum’s 2014 First Break Writing Festival. He is currently working on several novel-in-stories collections. For more about James and his work check out his Facebook page.

11th Dimension Press—a relatively new independent publishing concern based in the Niagara Region of Ontario, Canada—is getting ready to release an anthology of short stories inspired by ‘Rock’ music.  The plan for the Rock Is Not Dead (#RIND) project is to build a multi-dimensional multi-media project that engages artists of all kinds, authors, graphic artists, and musicians.  The anthology will include a series of written-word short stories; a series of graphic-based, or comic, short stories; and a soundtrack including all the songs that inspired the short stories.