"When the going gets weird, the weird
turn pro"
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Submissions and Contributions

If you've been following our site, you may know that one of the goals of the Lizard Gazette is to make it a fan supported and fan driven site. We can only do this with your help. One of the coolest ways to support our site is to submit an article, poem, story, photograph, artwork, link or whatever you'd like to see on these pages. We here at Area 31 Productions will see to it that your piece gets posted, and in return, you get a small piece of the web to showcase your work! You can do a couple of things to insure your submission gets full consideration (i.e. make it incredibly easy for our webmaster to post it!). For poems, articles, or stories, just send it to us at the following links either as an attached Word document or as an e-mail itself. Photos and scans of artwork should be sent as a JPEG image no larger than 150K. Ideally image file sizes should be between 50K and 80K in size. These can also be sent as an attachment to your e-mail. Be sure to include your name and complete contact information with your submission. The last detail that will get your work posted quickly is to include a statement giving us permission to publish your work. A sentence in the the message window of your e-mail will do. Send all submissions to: lizardz@wctc.net


























































































Lizardz' Third Album "Memoria" Out May 27, 2022

It's here. The Lizardz' newest release "Memoria" is wrapped and ready to start physical sales. It took a pandemic to write and record this collection of 13 heartfelt songs about friends here and friends we have lost, and reflects on the bands' history as a working combo. This album features ace guitarist and prog celebrity Jerry King on lead guitar, and the rest of the gang on the rest. The album was recorded and mixed at Red Carpet Studios in beautiful downtown Biron, Wisconsin and mastered by Grammy-winning recording engineer Richard Dodd in Nashville, Tennessee. We will offer digital copies and vinyl in the near future in addition to the CD release, for those at both ends of the audiophile spectrum.

Here's a tease:


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