Bath Tub Gin

This page is a reproduction of the original page from the original website. It explains why the publication "BTG" was devised, and the intentions for it at the time. It's a historical snapshot of the state of small print publishing and how it was viewed, in April 2001.
Bathtub Gin is published twice annually out of Bloomington, Indiana. The usual fare is a varied selection of poetry, short fiction, and artwork; after a period of experimenting with a sister newsletter, The B...
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How an Artist Can Work from Home and be Creative

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How an Artist Can Work from Home: Starting as an artist, including an author or poet, by working from home is attractive to many creative people when they are just starting out. That's because of the cost savings. Adapt a room to use as a studio, and you are ready to start! That's certainly how an artist can work from home. It seems very easy, but many people find out very soon that it can very hard to stay focused on the task at hand. At home there are...
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CONTACTS

Mungo vs Ranger Issue 1 cover
The following is a copy of the Original CONTACTS page of the MVSR Website, for officiandos of the old MVSR (small-print, poetry, art, books and reviews) subscription website. It is interesting to note that Mungo vs Ranger is mentioned in a Wikipedia reference as the source of a poem by Dale Smith, on this Wikipedia page.

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INBOX – The INBOX Page from the original MVSR Website Reproduced for Old Subscribers

INBOX

The editors have been reading a lot lately, so a mild San Francisco summer hasn't proven much of a bother. At a reading at Dog-Eared Books last month a friend stumbled across the work of JEN HOFER, whose as far as, an engaging and attractively produced chapbook, invites thoughtful and repeated readings (Jill Stengel, a+bend press, 3862 21st St., San Francisco, CA 94114, $5 +$2 shipping). Jeremiah's been doing a lot of underlining in Full of...
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