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Some information about the Bad Subjects website and how to use it.

The Bad website allows Internet users to access the magazine, as well as our online resources (editorials, blogs, reviews, etc.), contacting Bad editors and authors via a collection of links to home pages. Point your web browser to the URL:

   http://bad.eserver.org/

We have designed our site to work well with all web browsers, so it should work, no matter which kind of computer or Internet connection you use. Needless to say, it tends to look better when read with a modern standards-compliant browser.

From the website, you can access the current issue, previous issues, reviews of everything from movies and music to food and commercials, web columns, and of course the latest news and links we're featuring that week. We regularly post a new editorial column and reviews. So bookmark us and check back often!

The Bad Subjects website keeps extremely busy, serving over 300,000 visitors per month (representing about 10 million "hits" or 71.6 GB of traffic per month, if you prefer these measures). However, it can handle many more readers, so please feel free to pass on our website's address to friends and colleagues, or to link to our home page or Bad articles of interest to you.

Back Issues
Upcoming Issues

Bad Subjects #90: Space

Is space the final frontier, or a steadily-shrinking zone of permission?













 

This issue's trajectory spans heliocentric worlds of science, politics, the arts, the interpersonal.  Show us your space-age optimism, Space Art, spatial illusion (like Virtual Reality), science fiction, militarization of space, privatization of space travel, psychedelia, architecture and interiors, urban or rural physical and psycho-geographies, incarceration, personal space (for collective protest, or privatized Air BnB and second homes), and of course the spaces and interstices you discover in-between.

Satellite of Love, from NASA to Nassau please send us your meteorites and moon rocks of intelligent discourse. Please become familiar with the publication through our archives and then blast off into previously unexplored realms of thought and political analysis.

Please become familiar with the publication’s style for intelligent readers (no footnotes, please) and submit articles as .rtf or .doc files, with “Bad Subjects 90” in Subject line, at submissions.badsubjects@gmail.com by June 30, 2016. Please include a two-sentence autobiography, email address, and any images you want included (roughly 3" x 5", web resolution JPEGs, GIFs or PNGs) with your text, with source credits; original artwork submissions very welcome. And quality contributions on other topics will be considered for inclusion as well.

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Collective Action
Collective ActionCollective Action, the second Bad Subjects anthology, is available today at your favorite local independent bookstore. (Get the first one, too.)
 

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