Nixes Mate

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Publishing all 26 letters of the alphabet since 2016

issue 16/17 covid 2020

If 2020 could be summed up in one Twilight Zone episode it would be “Time Enough at Last” from season 1, starring Burgess Meredith as the bookworm who finally was given the time to read. Like us, he planned each month, him after the world had been destroyed, us during quarantine. But then …

… we thought that the spring and summer of quarantine would be the perfect time to redesign nixesmate.pub. But then …

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To paraphrase/quote John Cage, here we are now publishing the last issues of 2020 on the first day of 2021. “More and more, we have the feeling that we are getting nowhere.” ¹

¹ John Cage, Lecture on Nothing, 1961
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Nixes Mate Review Back Issues

Issue 15 · Spring 2020

Issue 15 · Spring 2020

Social distancing is a new literature, a bitter cup of surveillance and incompetance that asks us to accept our ruin with equnamity. We quarantine ourselves with tigers …

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Issue 14 · Winter 2020

Issue 14 · Winter 2020

Welcome to Issue 14 · Winter, 2020. Welcome to an uneasy winter of missiles and summer. Welcome to an uneasy winter of perpetual tardiness and procrastination. …

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ISSUE 13 · FALL 2019

ISSUE 13 · FALL 2019

Welcome to our 3rd anniversary issue. Goodbye to the summer of procrastination. Welcome to the fail of corruption, the veil of stupidity. Welcome to pocket door …

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ISSUE 12 · SUMMER 2019

ISSUE 12 · SUMMER 2019

Welcome to Issue 12 and the summer of treason, of treachery, of internment and concentration, of horror and Uranium 235, of tankers and drones, of obfuscation and incompetence, of poetry and prose. …

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ISSUE 11 · SPRING 2019

ISSUE 11 · SPRING 2019

After an action-packed AWP full of astounding readings, book selling phenomena, and Portlandining with friends we are back in what appears to be the most hated …

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ISSUE 10 · WINTER 2019

ISSUE 10 · WINTER 2019

Welcome to Issue 10 of Nixes Mate Review. We were shutdown, not because of walls or intractable and genetic stupidity, but because we couldn’t leave well enough alone just days before going live. …

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