Welcome to Spinozablue!

Welcome to Spinozablue!

Joan Miró's Birth of the World. 1925
Joan Miró’s Birth of the World. 1925

The work is done. Rebirth is here. We’re ready, finally, to start adding again to this fine collection of poetry, fiction, reviews, art, photography and film.

Six years of excellent contributions. Then a pause. But that pause has been lifted.

If you’d like to contribute, please click on the submissions page and follow the directions therein. No previous publishing experience is required. All that matters is the quality of the work itself.

Spinozablue promotes an internationalism of the arts and knows no geographical boundaries. Actually, we’re not all that impressed with the idea of boundaries in general. When it comes to the Republic of the Arts, the world is one. We’re open to all of it.

A few notes about the relaunch:

Unlike the first incarnation of Spinozablue, we won’t have comments turned on underneath the articles, though a separate forums section is a likely addition in the future. Technical obstacles in the recovery period and overall site speed were major considerations, so we decided to keep them off for now. This doesn’t mean we don’t want to hear from our readers. We definitely do. Please use the contact form in the “contact us” or “about” pages and let us know what’s on your mind.

Okay. So enough of that. Read. Enjoy. And, if you’re so inclined, send us the best expressions of your own voice and aesthetic.

 

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Update from 8-9-15: Spinozablue uses https encryption tech, so it’s better to go to https://spinozablue.com and bookmark that, instead of just spinozablue.com. This is especially the case for Mobile viewing. At present, it doesn’t always render images correctly if you land on the site via http. Also, as you may have noticed, the old addresses for individual posts have changed. We updated the links to better conform with the latest recommendations for speed and ease of use. The post titles are now a part of the URL, instead of the old post numbers, along with year and month.

I know, I know. Your eyes are glazing over and getting sleepy. So enough of that, too.

 

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