They say print is dead. But the editors of Milk Money Magazine are out to prove “they” are wrong by putting their mechanical duplicator to good use and providing Cincinnati’s creative writers with a quarterly literary journal that features poetry, prose and fiction ... on page, in black and white.
Milk Money founders Maija Zummo (a CityBeat contributing writer) and Ian Wissman, both University of Cincinnati alumni, have been fighting to keep the printed word alive since December 2007, when they got the first few drops of stinky ink on their hands producing Volume One: Milk and Honey. As proof that they’re winning what “they” might call an uphill battle, Zummo and Wissman will host a release party Friday for its latest edition, Volume Seven: Vile Pile, at U-Turn Art Space in Brighton.
Attendees can listen to live readings by local authors, check out U-Turn’s Palling Around with Socialists exhibit, enjoy the sonic airwaves cast by DJ Indian Giver and support a noble effort to keep putting creative works in ink.
Readings begin at 7:30 p.m.
Free, but donations are appreciated.
Get more details here.