a journal of microfiction and poetry

We are gloriously excited about reclaiming the idea of printing, which has been, in the mainstream, completely appropriated by corporations and large publishing houses. And yet, almost everyone has access to a printer. Zines solve some of the problem, but can't be distributed easily online. Online publications don't look nearly as good when they're printed. So help us stage a microfiction revolution: print off thirty copies of Prowlings. Take them to indie bookstores, comic stores, zine fairs, your grandma's house, your friend's birthday party, uni, work, school. You are now a printing press, and a distributor, and an agent, and a revolutionary. And the words you're printing are beautiful.