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Tuesday, November 29th, 2011

Nutshell is a poetry, fiction, art, illustration and sometimes photography magazine run independently by people interested in these and many other things, who do this  in their free time, and for free. Nutshell therefore comes out when it can. It’s a print magazine.

Nutshell receives hundreds of submissions and publishes the best. Nutshell also goes looking for beautiful, interesting, stimulating, and odd art on land and on the www in order to please and entertain the eye and immagination of our readers.

Nutshell organises Nutshell Live! events where amazing bands play and amazing people gather. This is how we fund Nutshell.

If you want to know more about submitting your work, please click here. If you want to contact us about anything else, we’d love to hear from you. Drop us a line here: nutshellmagazineatgmaildotcom

Issue 2 – digital edition!

Wednesday, April 13th, 2011

Fuselit mentions Nutshell in their Cut Out & Keep blog.

Tuesday, June 29th, 2010

Nutshell #2

Nutshell is a different prospect again. The cheapest of the three at a bargainous £3.50, its current issue carries interviews with Don Paterson (during which he tells the well-prepared interviewer: “Oh, you’re good.”) and Simonetta Agnello Hornby and runs to 80 pages. The contents are black and white, but this doesn’t diminish much from the art – photography, collage, line drawings and computer art all feature. Again, the quality of the writing is nothing to be sniffed at, even though nearly every contributor was a new name to me. Their website is also rather spiffy, and the editors keep the blog regularly updated with more articles and news.

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Issue 2

Saturday, June 12th, 2010

Order your copy of Nutshell #2 here!

This time around we’ve got interviews with ‘half man, half desk’ and leading British poet, Don Paterson, and with Sicilian novelist and pipe-puffing aristocrat, Simonetta Agnello Hornby, as well as the most glittering assortment of poetry, prose and art we could unearth. Daughters of Roan Inish, egg-nickers, people living in the pipes of your house, we’ve got it all here. Even that farmer, fucking Snoopy in the snow. Especially him.


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