“Looperman Knots” is a hilarious and witty sci fi short story by a well-established writer and illustrator Mark Fearing. This story is exclusively published in the first issue of the Scaffolding Magazine. Get your copy here http://www.blurb.com/b/7820983-scaffo…
Scaffolding is a literary and art magazine that strives to publish diverse and unique voices. We match visual artists and writers to create a unique reader experience. We also feature editorials about diversity, social issues, popular culture etc. Our mission is to become a vehicle for up-and-coming artists to be discovered and express their unique message.
#Free #BookAds in the Magazine! Apply Now @ScaffoldingMag web-site! As you know, in December the first issue of the Scaffolding Magazine will see the world. The file of the magazine is almost assembled. I have a few small vacant areas, just big enough for a picture of a book cover and it’s 50-word description. So […]
We thank everyone who submitted material to the first issue of the Scaffolding magazine. Currently the submissions to the first issue, scheduled for December 2016, are closed, however we are accepting submissions to the next issue, scheduled for March 2017. The deadline is January 5, 2017. To submit, use the submission page. Regarding the status […]
We continue accepting submissions for the short stories, photography and illustrations! The deadline for the first issue is August 25, 2016 (if you need a day or two extra – let us know!), after which period we are accepting submissions for the subsequent issues. Scaffolding is a quarterly periodical geared toward indie authors and visual […]
Let me tell you a few words about this magazine. I am starting a periodical issue ‘Scaffolding’ and inviting you to participate in this startup. I have ambitious plans to make it both literary and, at the same time, a marketing tool for everyone involved. scaf·fold·ing (noun) a temporary structure on the outside of a building, made […]
Is this a photography book? Is this a short fiction book? It’s both. It’s one of those pretty coffee table books that you see in the waiting rooms of beauty salons or coffee shops. The photographer who I worked with did such a spectacular job, that I decided to put up a magazine (probably a […]