Launch in t-minus 10 hours and counting…
Thanks to the donations from our readers, who’ve done God’s work by pitching in to keep The eXile nightmare alive, we are finally crawling out of our mass grave.
As many of you know, we’ve been eXiled out of print and into the nebulous online stratosphere, but are now safely stored on new servers in an undisclosed Putin-proof location, from where we will continue to bombard the assholes of this planet with our bile-rays.
Our archives continue to live on at www.exile.ru, but our new site has moved to www.exiledonline.com. So dial us on your RSS readers because we are set for a groundbreakingly symbolic internet breakout this Bastille Day, July 14. That’s this coming Monday.
The eXiled is a webzine that publishes political commentary, pop culture criticism and investigative reporting from around the world—all of it written in The eXiled’s infamous satirical and outrageous style.
The eXiled has been online since June 2008 as the web-only incarnation of The eXile, a Russia-based English-language bi-weekly newspaper that was launched in 1997 by American journalist Mark Ames and shut down by the Russian government in the summer of 2008. (Read more about the history of The eXile.)
Mark Ames and Yasha Levine are editors of The eXiled.
They’re looking for us!
As you know, we’ve been fucked over for good in Russia. “Why they done gone ‘n do that?” you ask in your innocent/retarded Deliverance way? Well, we’re too busy hiding from the FSB (more…)
I cry no more. Thank you…
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