Orlando, FL, May 01, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Florida publisher Maxwell Rutherford has announced Smashed Ink magazine as a new high-energy entertainment, arts magazine. The magazine is to serve as the editorial voice for unique publishing opportunities for musicians, painters, and writers. The staff wants to engage and initiate the reader into exploring the world through creative expression.
“We hope to serve our readers by giving them something interesting,” said
Rutherford. ”We want them to find something in our magazine that they can't find anywhere else. We're just not another magazine. We're exposing life like journalists but through expression.”
The premiere issue is June of 2009. Several published writers, painters, and musicians will be featured. The magazine is actively seeking all genres of writing with the only qualification of, “it better be good.”
Smashed Ink Magazine is a free publication and can be read at:
Smashed Ink is also seeking out new emerging musicians. Signed artists and non-signed alike are encouraged to submit their work. Rutherford said, “we feel that new artists are out there, and sometimes, they have the talent but lack the voice, especially in indie. But we're not limiting to just that. We just want it good.”
Also, Smashed Ink is looking for advertisers to come aboard. For all editorial and sales inquiries please contact the Editor-In-Chief.