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Contact


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Funhouse is a new magazine of writing, illustrations and comics based in East London

We want to make reading fun again and to bring writers and illustrators together. We’re here for those who feel like outsiders or those who feel their work is too strange for other magazines.

 Explore the body in issue 1 with transformations, disappearances, punched faces, missing noses, big noses, wolves, castrations, buttocks and rabies. Issue 2 explores the body in conflict through mole removals, cosmetics, herbal medicine and photography.

 

 

To get in contact, please email:

info@funhousemagazine.com


 
 

Art Director

Rebecca Watson
 

 

Fresh Cuts Podcast

Co-Producers

 

Rachel Humphreys
@rachel_hump

Rosie Cutler
@rosie_cutler

 

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Submissions


Submissions


 

Submissions

Online submissions are closed!

We're looking for work about place, bodies and diseases. Primarily, we're looking for essays, but we are happy to look at short fiction and poetry too. We enjoy writers like Lydia Davis, Olivia Laing, Don DeLillo, Frank O’Hara, Renata Adler, Teju Cole, Donald Barthelme, Alejandro Zambra. 

All submissions must be in English; translations are accepted but must come with the original text too. In regards to word counts, we accept anything from 100 words to 3000 words. 

Email in a word document to the address below. Any submissions pasted in the body of the email will not be read. 

Submissions for our print magazine are closed.

We do our best to reply to all submissions as soon as possible. 

 

 

For all writing submissions, please contact the editor,
Oliver Zarandi

For all illustration enquiries and submissions, please contact the art director, Rebecca Watson.

 
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Press


Press


Press

Think not graceful nudes or svelte athletes; these bodies tend toward the grotesque, with many of the stories feeling their way into disease and bodily transformations.
— East End Review
The design is quite traditional and book-like, but the contents are quite non-traditional and often rude
— STACK Magazines
Surreal, darkly humorous stories by Christopher Linforth, Brandi Wells and Patty Cottrell are evocative, and the magazine’s deliberately grotesque illustrations contain narratives of their own.
— MagCulture