DUM DUM Zine is now open for ongoing web submissions!

DUM DUM Zine is now open for ongoing web submissions!

When we're not publishing our annual zine, we're constantly searching for new multi-platform literature and art to share online. Submit here!
Issue No. 5: POST & PRESENT Now Available Online!

Issue No. 5: POST & PRESENT Now Available Online!

Finally available for purchase online after a year of its original release! Issue No. 5, “POST & Present,” is a postcard book containing a mixture of text and image.
Issue No. 4: LOST & BOUND

Issue No. 4: LOST & BOUND

For DUM DUM Zine's Issue No. 4, we collected an array of “lost” or discarded objects from free bins, lost and founds, and other public places in Los Angeles.
Issue No. 3: PUNKS & Scholars

Issue No. 3: PUNKS & Scholars

Issue No. 3: "PUNKS & Scholars" is an experimental issue containing writing and multimedia objects that fit inside a 45" record mailer box.
Issue No. 2: LIGHTNESS & DARKNESS

Issue No. 2: LIGHTNESS & DARKNESS

Issue No. 2 is a literature and music album release called "Lightness & Darkness," released in audio form.
Issue No. 1: CITIES & STATES

Issue No. 1: CITIES & STATES

Issue No. 1: CITIES & STATES was released in Los Angeles in the Fall of 2011, printed on a 17x22 broadside on newsprint.
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Text Message Interview with WASI by Taleen Kali

Text Message Interview with WASI by Taleen Kali

In our latest installment of Text Message Interviews, DUM founder Taleen Kali chats with Jessie Meehan and Merilou Salazar of WASI about the more personal turn of their 2nd album...
The Problem With Halloween by Jay Summer

The Problem With Halloween by Jay Summer

Jay Vera Summer is a writer and artist living in Florida. She loves animals, plants, and water.
Litter For Solo Voice & Sandscape For A Small Expedition by Rebecca Eddy

Litter For Solo Voice & Sandscape For A Small Expedition by Rebecca Eddy

Rebecca Eddy is a visual poet from Cornwall, England. Rebecca's visual work has been featured in a variety of journals, exhibitions, a chapbook and even a poster or two.
THE END by Ricky Garni

THE END by Ricky Garni

Ricky Garni grew up in Florida and Maine. He works as a graphic designer by day and writes music by night. COO, a tiny collection of short prose printed on college lined paper with found materials such as coins, stamps and feathers, was recently released by Bitterzoet Press. Photo illustration by Jessica Herrera. 
DUM DUM Zine is now open for visual submissions!

DUM DUM Zine is now open for visual submissions!

After more than 5 years of accepting literary submissions, we’re now opening up our parameters to visual art!
Armillaria by C.C. Hannett

Armillaria by C.C. Hannett

C.C. Hannett writes about cobweb grottos in the PNW. He lives with his wife and two cats. Photo illustration by Jessica Herrera

Standing in Line: Echo Park Rising by Rosa Quezada

Standing in Line: Echo Park Rising by Rosa Quezada

Welcome back to Standing in Line, our DuM series in which we listen in on L.A. and bring you the best and worst things people had to say. This year we descended on Echo Park Rising with high expectations of some juicy sounds.
#DUMjams Mini Mix: Midsummer Nightmare

#DUMjams Mini Mix: Midsummer Nightmare

Embrace June Gloom seeping through July and into your August, and don't worry, you're just having a Midsummer Nightmare.
Flora by Lucas Bailor

Flora by Lucas Bailor

Lucas Bailor is an emerging writer originally from Moreno Valley, CA. His work has appeared or is forthcoming in Angel City Review, SHARKPACK Poetry Review, and POST(blank).
Stainless Steel Transubstantiation by Christopher Porcaro

Stainless Steel Transubstantiation by Christopher Porcaro

Christopher Porcaro is an artist from Los Angeles. His first collection of poetry," Movable Parts," will be available soon. Instagram: @altar_cola
1-Question Interviews: #DuM Archives

1-Question Interviews: #DuM Archives

In this #DuM compilation, we present to you a selection of responses to this single, compelling question...our hope is to turn this page into a living, breathing archive including interviews to come, and, the hopes that you'll join in, too! #GetDuM
Lost In Visceral Bliss by D. Dallas

Lost In Visceral Bliss by D. Dallas

D.Dallas studied Creative Writing and Philosophy at NYU’s Gallatin School. She has been published in Mud Fish, Nocturnal Lyric, The Café Review, The New York Quarterly 34th Parallel, Anti-Heroin Chic, Vending Machine and The Opiate.