28 February 2009

Deep Madder Monthly Anthology 2008

To hoard all the issues of 2008 without undergoing the pesky process of having to read each issue upon its release throughout that year (not to mention raze entire forests and ecosystems in the process [this is a joke]), you may now order in a convenient, charming, and hand-assembled bundle the first anthology of Deep Madder Monthly. These bizarre trivia below will somehow accentuate the value of this deal.

Words: 32 246
Pages: 23
Instances of "F word": 38
Percent of said instances uttered by editors in quotations section: 42
Approximate cost of production materials for each subscription: $13



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5 Comments:

Blogger Caroline said...

Turn those fussin pages faster in the next video, please!

February 28, 2009 at 9:23 PM  
Blogger tutankhamun said...

i would like to see more first-person-view videos of reading books. can you link me to where i can subscribe to the youtube channel? or, is vimeo or whatever better than youtube? i'll admit it's gone a bit stale as of late. also, i need a copy of lose myself in yourself & i don't wanna pay your itunes prices. can we arrange an exchange of whatever you see fit? at some preordained date? at some point in the mystical future? of the unknown?

March 2, 2009 at 9:00 PM  
Blogger Alexander said...

There is no youtube channel, but there is a vimeo deep madder account that is linked under the video where it says "Deep Madder," if that's what you're looking for.

What has gone a bit stale? Youtube?

I don't think we have any music on sale in iTunes, and if we do then it was without our consent. I've always wondered: how does music appear on there? The Great Bloomers, for instance: did they petition Apple to get their music on there, or does said corporation ask the given musician for permission? Or can they just put whatever they like on there?

Yes, we can arrange an exchange of musical creations. Any time you want. Yeah. Tell me when!

March 3, 2009 at 5:36 PM  
Blogger Lindsay said...

why does each publication cost you $13 to make?

March 6, 2009 at 6:46 PM  
Blogger Alexander said...

It's not each publication, it's each subscription.

-cost of 12 stamps: 6.24
-envelopes: 5.17
-paper: $0.96
-ink cartridge: $2.00
-anthology: $0.44

Total: $15.81

Ha, nevermind, it takes more than we thought. All figures are precise and not estimates except ink cartridge, of course, and the actual total paper cost is within a few cents.

March 7, 2009 at 12:41 AM  

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