Friday, April 24, 2009

Issue #7 is served *_^

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This Spring, despite plenny glitches, in an effort to plant good seeds, Purple Mag's issue #7 brings you several Modern Myth short lit/excerpts, Vegan Soulfood options, intel for living more easily offgrid than you might have imagined available to you, and an overall celebration of the Green imagination and indie consciousness in general.

Enjoy the writs of Cailloux Williams, Valjeanne Jeffers, Bassa Bassa Girl, C'BS Alife Allah, Inspired.Sis, Dazjae Zoem *_^ and more.

Click the cover image to download a complimentary .pdf copy.

The print issue is slated to be available via the new publisher within 2 weeks.
Check purplemag.com or the sidebar to see when the order link becomes available.

Shine bright Greenies * _ *

UPDATE:

The issue's Green Icecream recipe had a typo that has been adjusted . The new download has been added as the cover image link.
There is no dairy additional ice cream in the recipe ingredients. Part of the title wasn't edited from the ingredients list, which could have caused some confusion for some. Our apologies for the mistake, Greenies *_^

4 comments:

plantfolk said...

yay! i'm loving the the cover art.

looked at it briefly as soon it was done downloading and i'm now ready to sit down and take it all in.

j

Immortal: Science Fiction Imitates Life said...

After savoring the latest issue of PurpleMag, #7, I decided to examine the feelings that crept over me while reading. Was it just elation that I, Valjeanne Jeffers, was featured in a magazine I so thoroughly admire. Oh, most definitely.
As I read the interview with science fiction author Cailloux Williams, the poetry of Min, an article exposing forced human drug trials, a review of Zuda’s acclaimed comic Bayou , not to mention the writings of Queen Zoe herself… I couldn’t help but think: “Here’re my offerings, nestled alongside them!”
But there’s more to it that that. I’d sat down angry over the awful haircut my last barber gave me (not my regular guy) worried about traffic tickets, and wondering how best to sever ties with an obnoxious boss.
Then I started to read and a calm stole over me. I paid special attention to the directions for weeding psyche baggage; mentally book-marked a regime for organic dental cleansing. And I found myself imagining just how delicious a recipe for “green ice cream” would taste. All this and more is depicted against an amazing backdrop of sketches, paintings and photography.
So I decided to write an impromptu review. And, tweaking a remedy from Sister’s Zoe’s pages, list the purple adjectives that always describe her Mag: delectable, lush, informative, sexy, outrageous, magical, nonconformist, indie. Enjoy!

Sister Moon

PurpleZoe said...

@Inspired.Sis Peace Sis! Thankyou. I ran out of blue paint for the other two paintings *_^ There are 5 in total.

I'm hoping we'll get some of your paintings in the Fall issue. Your work is beautiful.


@Valjeanne

((((Hugs)))
You have no idea how much your message means to me. There were glitches that interfered with the issue process, and it means so much to know the issue is shining the light it's meant to.
I am so humbled.
I cherish the adjectives. You've brought alot of light to my sphere ^_^
It's an honor to have your work in Purple Magazine. I hope to publish more of it in the future.

Continued blessings to you both.
Shine bright Sistar
-PZ

Smell Goods Lady said...

This is my first time downloading, certainly will not be the last. Deep love goes into this publication. I am in awe of the graphics and articles. I love the infusion of the love of indie performing arts and humanitarianism. The Story of Eve, what! Love it.