Issue III submissions will open FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 8TH!
The Borfski Press magazine and publishing company will release Issue III in November, which will also mark our one year anniversary! As always, it’s free to submit, but be sure to read through our submission guidelines thoroughly.
We want to thank all of the talented creators who submitted to our first two issues, and invite you to submit more of your work to Issue III.
We publish poetry, short stories, lyrics, articles, reviews, photos, art, and music compositions. However, we are open to bizarre queries. The Borfski Press welcomes art of all kinds and is a place to say what you want. We believe in the first amendment and want to hear the good shit, so don’t hold back. That said, please, NO racist, discriminating, hateful, or religious material. The Borfski Press accepts work by both emerging and established artists. As a new company, we have a high acceptance rate. Above all else: keep writing and creating.
We have some surprises up our sleeve for Issue III, so look out for more information next week!
First and foremost, I love music and writing. Since I composed my first pieces of music and poetry I've been obsessed with creative output. Music and writing are a constant puzzle I want to solve, whether it is a blog piece, recording session artists, short stories, or full length albums. I am the owner and head engineer of Groove: Music Studios. Currently, we offer professional audio mixing and mastering services. I am also the Senior Editor/Staff Writer at The Borfski Press, an independent publishing company that I co-own with my wife, Dagney.
I am currently working full time in music retail at a small business and part time as a professional musician and writer. I love working in a local shop, building customer relationship management skills, and having the opportunity to sell things I love. My expertise include audio production, live sound, music retail, writing/blogging, and publishing. I especially enjoy writing and learning about music gear, specifically vintage pedals. There's something very special and exciting about stomping a pedal's switch or flipping an amp on for the first time.
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