(not the big boob magazine for those of you have googled into this blog looking to goggle at something else)
(no silicon needed).
Contributors include J. M. Calleja, Ross Priddle, Dan Raphael, Greg Evason, Holly Day, Andrew Lundwall, Jnana Hodson, Steven Paschall, Jim Leftwich & John Bennett, Jeff Jarosch, Matthew Stolte, Tom Taylor, Carrie Hunter, Marian Shapiro, Norman Lock, Toria Angelyn Clark, William Allegrezza, Gustav Morin, Bill Marsh, Kari Edwards, and thanks to Kari, a host of other Bay Area writers: David Hadbawnik, Tanya Brolaski, Roxi Power Hamilton, K. Silem Mohammad, Donna de la Perriere, Chris Stroffolino, Stephen Vincent, Eileen Tabios, Ellen Redbird, Stephanie Young, Chris Nealon, and Elizabeth Robinson.
Hmm, skimming the contents, 90% text when previous SCOREs have been 90% visual/concrete poem, maybe I'll change the name. The original concept for SCORE was to publish performance and sound poetry scores. Though just about every issue has included such scores, it's not been the focus for ten years. (A fringe benefit to a name change ((once subscribers got used to it)) is I can leave SCORE the skin mag to its own spaces.)
Hmm, what would I name the magazine? George? That's been done. Robert? School of Turpitude? Or randomly picking possible titles from the dictionary: Cuckoo Spit? Cud? Indexical Indigestion? Nonsuch Normality? Congruent? Juggler? Scent? Slink? Slop?
I'll give it some thought. You give it some thought, too. Your nomination would actually matter here.