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Black Clock Sales To End June 15

Black Clock is done. We will be selling our current and last issue, Black Clock 21, and past issues through June 15th only at No more magazines or PDFs will be sold after that date.

Thanks and see you in the next world.

Black Clock 21 Launch at The Last Bookstore

Toast the final issue of Black Clock with readings by a slew of esteemed contributors, including:

Bruce Bauman
Tom Carson
Charmaine Craig
Josh Emmons
Brian Evenson
Nalo Hopkinson
Michael Jaime-Becerra
David Martino
Lou Mathews
Anthony Miller
Geoff Nicholson
Howard A. Rodman
Matthew Specktor
Susan Straight
Lisa Teasley
David L. Ulin
Brandon Williams
Andrew Winer

Hosted by Black Clock Editor-in-Chief Steve Erickson

Sunday, May 1st, 4pm
The Last Bookstore
453 S. Spring St.
Los Angeles, CA 90013

Black Clock 20 Launch at Mandrake

Join us in celebrating the launch of Black Clock 20!

When: Sunday, May 3rd, 4:00pm
Where: Mandrake, 2692 S. La Cienega Blvd., Los Angeles, CA, 90034

Hosted by Bruce Bauman

Featuring Readings by Contributors Tom Carson, Steve Erickson, Lynell George, Grace Krilanovich, Jonathan Lethem, Anthony Miller, Matthew Specktor and David L. Ulin

Black Clock 19 Launch at Mandrake

Join us in celebrating the release of Black Clock 19 at Mandrake on Sunday, November 9th!

Bruce Bauman
Robert Eisele
Anne-Marie Kinney
Lou Mathews
Joslyn Sklar
Janet Sternburg
Susan Straight

2692 South La Cienega Boulevard
Los Angeles, CA 90034

Sunday, November 9th
Doors 4pm
Reading will begin promptly at 4:30pm

21+ event
FREE entry

Psychotic Reaction: BLACK CLOCK at Lit Crawl

Come join us for Round 3 of Lit Crawl, hosted by our very own editor-in-chief, Steve Erickson, and featuring authors from issues past and present!

Where:The Federal Bar, 5303 Lankershim Blvd., North Hollywood, CA 91601
When: Wednesday, October 22nd from 9-9:45pm

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Alex Austin
Tom Carson
Claire Phillips
Saehee Cho
Alan Rifkin

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“My idea was that Black Clock really would be a writer's magazine because the magazine offered them the freedom to do anything, to even fuck up if they wanted or needed to.”
—Steve Erickson, Editor

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