About/Index

The Hashmark was originally started as an underground handout in Paris in World War I as a form of protest against the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. It was shut down for 50 years by the Okrhrana but has finally returned online, no longer concerned with semitism of any sort, more with presenting cutting edge news, music reviews and the artist formerly known as Cat Stevens.

Select a category below to browse the archives:

Topics:

News

Articles

Fiction

Music

Films

Art

Comics

Poetry

Politics

Travel

Photography

Regular Hashmark Columns:

‘The Science Corner’

‘The Arty Bit’

‘I Understand How, But I Don’t Understand Why

‘The Andy Lectures’

‘Trumpeter’, ‘Tea With Jonathan’

‘The Sauce, With P-Unit’

‘A Sunshine Experience’

‘The Hashmark Week’