Exact Change publishes a monthly e-zine, available now as an app for the iPad/iPhone, and – coming soon – by subscription on the web.

There are free sample issues available, and the app is a free download, so please take a look! If you like what you find, a subscription is $29.99 a year, or $2.99 a month. Individual issues, and back issues, are $4.99.

The app roams freely between text, image, sound, and film. Selections are short – our goal is to use this format to reimagine footnotes, prefaces, wall texts, flap copy, annotations, dedications, inner sleeves, errata slips, slipcases, obi’s, handbills, broadsides, clippings, marginalia, postcards, invitations, shopping lists, ticket stubs, pressed flowers, love letters, and anything else you might find stashed inside a book, gatefold LP, or video box.

Tables of contents for each issue thus far:


No. 13

  • Karawane [Caravan], by Hugo Ball, performed by Marie Osmond
  • Bob Dylan, Translator, by Scott Warmuth
  • Versatorium: An Introduction, by the Versatorium group
  • from New Impressions of Africa, by Raymond Roussel, translated by Kenneth Koch; JavaScript version by Dan Visel and Anshul Amar
  • Postscript to no. 13, by the Editors


No. 12

  • From Where I Am, by Aylin Güngör
  • my home is where my heart beats, by Aylin Güngör and TSU!
  • The Story She Was Reading (an introduction), by Anna Moschovakis
  • Two Portraits of Picasso, by Gertrude Stein
  • Postscript to no. 12, by the Editors


No. 11

  • The House of My Aunt Simone, by Dominique Nabokov
  • Mycological, by Ernst Karel
  • Discovery at Walden, by Damon Krukowski & Roland Wells Robbins
  • Postscript to no. 11, by the Editors

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No. 10

  • Twelve Collages, by Keith Waldrop
  • Leporello, by Etel Adnan
  • Past Fragments of Distant Confrontation, by Richard Youngs
  • De Chirico, by De Chirico
  • Postscript to no. 10, by the Editors

No. 9

  • The Arrival of Spring in Woldgate, by David Hockney
  • Decorative Borders, by Stephin Merritt
  • Stage Rain, by Stephin Merritt
  • from Primal Sound, by Rainer Maria Rilke
  • Postscript to no. 9, by the Editors


No. 8

  • Visión Doble, by Anabel Vázquez Rodríguez
  • Retropical, by Anabel Vázquez Rodríguez
  • The F School, by Fanny Howe
  • A Primer of Post-Electronic Music and the Alchemical Subharmonic Lottery, by Daniel Wilson
  • Postscript to no. 8, by the Editors


No. 7

  • The French Are Abandoning Their Language, by Julia Holter
  • My Reading Machine, by Bob Brown
  • A Shorter Anthology of Concrete Poetry, by James Hoff, selected from Emmett Williams’ An Anthology of Concrete Poetry
  • The Train Game, by Naomi Yang and Stephen Gardner
  • Postscript to no. 7, by the Editors


No. 6

  • Losing Daisy, by Catherine Corman
  • From Presque Rien to Bupkis, by Cédrick Eymenier
  • From Béziers to Béziers, by Cédrick Eymenier
  • Site Listening: Western Australia, by Lawrence English
  • Postscript to no. 6, by the Editors


No. 5

  • Draft of a Voice-Over for Split-Screen Video Loop, by Amy Sillman / Lisa Robertson
  • Envelope Poems, by Emily Dickinson
  • Blind Item (X +1), by @Discographies
  • from Crossed Out Title, by Jeremy Sigler
  • Postscript to no. 5, by the Editors


No. 4 – view a pdf facsimile

  • Introduction to no. 4, by the Editors
  • Summer Camp (1976-1981), by Bernard Faucon
  • Video Poems, by Bernard Faucon
  • from The Book (Le Livre), by Stéphane Mallarmé, translated and transcribed by Jennifer Moxley
  • The Wondrous World of Damon & Naomi (bootleg edition), by Damon & Naomi


No. 3

  • A Letter from Damon & Naomi
  • Imaginary Portraits, by Lara Tomlin
  • from The Blue Octavo Notebooks, by Franz Kafka
  • The Political Struggle for Niceness: Mass Killings in a Post-Heathers World, by Ian Svenonius
  • Potassium (Potássio), by Kassin
  • Postscript to no. 3, by the Editors


No. 2

    A paper zine dated Oct 26 1988, by N. Yang / D. Krukowski with contributions by Morris Adjmi, Michael Chessler, and Sergio Huidor


No. 1

    A paper zine dated Dec 21 1985, by N. Yang / D. Krukowski with a contribution by Michael Coulson Berthold