Sunday, July 06, 2008

Lickety Split #6: The Risk Issue! Get a copy!

Front cover
Silkscreened front cover!

Hey folks! The latest and greatest has arrived, so buy it on-line! Otherwise, check out the SHOP page on our website to locate a retailer near you. We'll be making the rounds and mailing out the goods to these ports of smutty hope all this month.

Lickety Split #6: The R I S K issue includes tons of daring new work exploring the chance-y, dark and playful with photos of sex in public and needle play, an essay on being queer in prison, profiles on Lamda Instanbul and Sharing Is Sexy, "Dangerous Ladies" pulp fiction pin-ups by Andrea Hausmann and lots more!

Featuring work by Sarah Beall, Nick Cabelli, Jeremy Edwards, Christina Foisy, Eric Hanson, Farah Kahn, Dayna McLeod, NOMRYN, Bill Puzstai, Omar Rahman, Nora Rohman, Ina Wood, The Prisoner Correspondance Project and Matt Jones, Neetzie, RoByn, Zo, triangles stuart, Noam and Earl, Jordan A with Mikiki and the Mystery Top, among many others. Our perrennial cover artist Sherwin Tjia (Slow Dance Night, The Hipless Boy, Pedigree Girls) has once again designed the cover art and Jesse Purcell printed them.

What they're saying about Lickety Split smut zine:
"Since appearing in 2004, Lickety Split has been dedicated to tenting your pants, wetting your undies and pressing a nerve." - Sacha Jackson, The Montreal Mirror

"It seems that every marginalized group wants its own version of pornography — punks, gays, lesbians, straight indie-rock chicks. But for those who want all of the above, there’s Lickety Split." - Amber Drea, Venus Zine

*** Please note that the adjusted price reflects higher production costs including a newly adopted environmentally-conscious printing values and paper, more colour pages than ever and increasing costs of everything else in this day and age. Thanks for your support and understanding!

Back cover!
Silkscreened back cover!


:( said...

i love how the title is on the back.

Amber said...

Me too. We've done that for a coupla others too, like for #4.

Kathleen, Frisky Freelancer said...

and worth every penny, dammit!