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Horsebroke Press


Ottawa , Ontario

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Horsebroke Press publishes amateur, outsider, and established artists of all ages, primarily through its bi-monthly zine, These Days. All zines and chapbooks are produced by hand and feature innovative and unique designs, such that no issue is like another. Despite our small size and photocopied aesthetic we pride ourselves on supporting contributors with rising honorariums, quick turnaround times, and as much hype as we may muster.

The Horsebroke Press Team

Jeff Blackman, Publisher, Editor, Etc.


it's not yet the end of the world (these days XVII)

By Elisha Rubacha, Jeremy Hanson-Finger, Andrew Blackman, J. Lemieux, Colin Quin, and Ethan Vilu

The 17th issue of These Days featuring interviews about ends of the world with Elisha Rubacha (bird, buried press) and Jeremy Hanson-Finger (The Golden Age of Apocalypse), comics by Andrew Blackman, and poetry from J. Lemieux, Colin Quin, and Ethan Vilu. Produced with support from Odourless Press.

These Days #14 (how we felt in November)

By AJ Dolman, Amanda Earl, Anasuya Madhavan-Reese, Bardia Sinaee, Ben Ladouceur, Cameron Anstee, Craig Illingsworth, Erin Maxfield, Ethan Vilu, Gabrielle Forget, Gail Blackman, Grant Wilkins, Grayson Hatfield, Hijal De Sarkar, IAN MARTIN, Jade Walker, Jenn H

"My fave work of literature from 2021 might be the latest issue of These Days" - Ben Ladouceur, author of Otter and Mad Long Emotion featuring art & poetry by Michael Casteels plus reflections on the past two years (as of November 2021) from 37 past contributors and subscribers

These Days No. 2

By Bardia Sinaee, Andrew Blackman, Kate Maxfield, David Currie, Justin Million, Jen Baker, Mark Sokolowski, Peter Gibbon, and JM Francheteau

These Days No. 2 featuring non-fiction by Bardia Sinaee, art by Andrew Blackman and Kate Maxfield, and poetry by David Currie, Justin Million, Jen Baker, Mark Sokolowski, Peter Gibbon, and JM Francheteau (67.7% / OK). Edited and arranged by Jeff Blackman. 16pp, black & white print plus red & blue crayon.

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