Hand Job

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'''Hand Job''' is a literary zine based in Nottingham, UK.
'''Hand Job''' is a literary zine based in Nottingham, UK.
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''Hand Job'' focuses on British writing, including short stories, poetry, flash fiction and satirical pieces. It also features illustration and artwork from a wide range of contributors that keeps up its [[punk]] [[DIY]] aesthetic.
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''Hand Job'' focuses on British writing, including short stories, poetry, flash fiction and satirical pieces. It also features illustration and artwork from a wide range of contributors that keeps up its [[punk]] [[DIY]] aesthetic. The first issue was released in August 2013, with two issues published to date.
''Hand Job'' is presented as an [[Anarchism|anarchist]] zine, yet not all of the writings and artwork are political, they can go from deadly dark to light humour.
''Hand Job'' is presented as an [[Anarchism|anarchist]] zine, yet not all of the writings and artwork are political, they can go from deadly dark to light humour.
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Contributors of writing include Jo Coleslaw, J.E.G., Raif Mansell and Tom Osborne.
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Contributors of artwork and photography include Jessica Hallam, Cate White and Sophie Pitchford.
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Hand Job is a literary zine based in Nottingham, UK.

Hand Job focuses on British writing, including short stories, poetry, flash fiction and satirical pieces. It also features illustration and artwork from a wide range of contributors that keeps up its punk DIY aesthetic. The first issue was released in August 2013, with two issues published to date.

Hand Job is presented as an anarchist zine, yet not all of the writings and artwork are political, they can go from deadly dark to light humour.

Contributors of writing include Jo Coleslaw, J.E.G., Raif Mansell and Tom Osborne.

Contributors of artwork and photography include Jessica Hallam, Cate White and Sophie Pitchford.

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