The journal Mr. antipyrine went live in 2014. The name has been borrowed from Dadaist Tristan Zara's book La Première adventure céleste de M. Antipyrine from 1916. But the word "magazine" is hardly comprehensive, nor is it a display of Dadaism or a manifesto. More a traveling anarchist suitcase for writing thought and image experiments?
The editorial staff consists of a single permanent employee at the university, the others are homeless writers and artists with a life on. . .