irevuo – February 2013

I’m going to be as brief as possible because I don’t want to waste your time. Basically, we need your help, so we can launch a new issue of irevuo magazine in February. In order to obtain the much needed funds, we set up a new Indiegogo campaign here.

Why do we need money? Continue reading


Irevuo Magazine – January 2013 issue (Digital Edition is free)

cover1Okay, so I’m now announcing the official launch of the first issue of irevuo magazine. And the digital edition is free. You can download it here.

This month’s topic is self-publishing. We’ve got a bunch of interesting articles about self-publishing and stuff. Each month we’ll have different main theme… February’s going to be about photography – at least that’s the plan.

Anyway, irevuo is about promoting indie artists, so we have a book review, an interview, a showcase (2 great painters contribute some stunning works,) and a short story. Continue reading

A kind of collective interview

Okay, so I know I haven’t been updating this blog lately. But I have some pretty good excuses, such as:

1. My computer is a piece of trash. It’s either gonna die soon or explode. Of course, if it explodes it also dies so…

2. I’m working on the magazine.

So, here’s the thing. I had something like an epiphany a week or so ago and decided that each issue of irevuo magazine is going to center around a certain subject… some’ like that. This month’s topic is self-publishing, and I’d like to ask you (you being my fellow indie writers) three simple questions. Continue reading

Work, work, work

pozaYeah, it’s me in the photo. And I’m wearing an irevuo t-shirt.

So, basically I’m working like crazy on the site, trying to get it all ready before Saturday night. And I’ve still to send out e-mails to people, and last night I almost got some proper sleep. Oh, and this computer’s making funny noises… and I just changed practically everything in it a few months ago. How much I love technology, especially when it sounds like a desperate cricket. Or something. Continue reading

irevuo: Meet the crew. An Interview with Adrian Gabor

470422_4093622867116_417001344_oHi everyone. Today you get to meet another member of irevuo‘s crew. His name is Adrian Gabor, and he’s the guy who designed our logo. Also, I’ve worked with him on a number of projects along the years, including a gaming magazine, a movie review website, and some other stuff.

He’s also a great photographer. You can check out his stuff here. Continue reading

irevuo Crowdfunding stats

Our main Indiegogo campaign will reach its final day in a few hours, and I’m here to thank you all. For your contributions, for your likes and shares, and for being awesome. With your, irevuo is not only possible, but it can also be great.

It’s not about the amount we raised, it’s about what we achieved. What you achieved, to be exact. You, the loyal followers of my blog, some of whom I’ve come to consider friends. You helped this project, you supported this idea from the very beginning. You made our extended goal possible, you made all this possible. Continue reading

The Final Countdown

We finally reached this stage. Our main Indiegogo campaign is drawing to a close. With 68 hours left,  this is the final countdown, and I suggest you read this post while listening to this super famous, kick-ass song. Continue reading