The ten year old Irish Poetry Blog is taking contributions. Please email email@example.com with poetry, prose and anything else at all.
I have had the blog since moving to Dublin in 2005, after gaining a BA in Writing Studies and Drama, in my home town’s Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, with Bob Cobbing’s obituarist, the London poet, [ … ]
I’m interested in working on a series of collaborative, long-form poems using Twitter as a writing platform. As a constraint-based system (140 characters, one line at a time), Twitter lends itself to exquisite corpse-like compositions, and for this project I would like to extend that work to include appropriated language, chance operations, overwriting of each [ … ]
Nerve Lantern: Axon of Performance Literature, a journal of experimental performance texts and texts about performance,is preparing a supplemental digital issue that will pay tribute to Yoko Ono, with guest editors Joel Allegretti and Jay Besemer. The editors are seeking performance texts that interpret and respond to Ono’s Fluxus art, instruction pieces, and ideas.
Latino/a Poetics is a one-of-a-kind collection of essays that gathers thinking about Latino/a poetry and its nature and function from Latino/a poets in the United States from all walks of life. This anthology collects essays on the art of poetry by new, emerging, and established Latino/a poets. Latino/a Poetics will be useful for first-time and [ … ]
Jacataqua, “home” to an anthology of American poetry (http://www.doublechange.com/issue4/MR.pdf) and French translations of Barrett Watten’s Plasma / Parallels / “X”, Lyn Hejinian’s Gesualdo and Ron Silliman’s Albany, is happy to announce publication of a pdf journal and shorter, bi-monthly, chapbook-like bulletins. The journal’s name changes every issue, Tom Clark style.
The Hudson Valley Writers Guild is pleased to announce this year’s poetry contest. Cash prizes will be awarded to first ($100), second ($75), and third place ($50) poems. The winning poets will be invited to read their winning submissions at [ … ]
Call for Papers: Permanent Section – Creative Writing II (Prose)
Border(ing) Anxiety: Constructions of a Biopolitical Other
The force of biopolitics in contemporary society marks boundaries beyond geopolitical borders, inscribing otherness on bodies simultaneously necessary to the functioning of society, while abjecting them as dangerous to the very fabric of that society; an anxiety that [ … ]
The force of biopolitics in contemporary society marks boundaries beyond geopolitical borders, inscribing otherness on bodies simultaneously necessary to the functioning of society, while abjecting them as dangerous to the very fabric of that society; an anxiety that reimagines and reproduces disciplinary power structures employed in the regulation, control, and [ … ]
NOTE TO ALL WRITERS, ARTISTS, SCHOLARS, MALCONTENTS! We want your RAGE. For its Spring 2015 Issue, Barzakh will soak, self-immolate, and spiral in conceptions of rage. We want your raving, rabid, wanton, wrathful submissions—the flares of the sympathetic nervous system, sparks of [ … ]
Loose Change 5.1 is live! Featuring work by Pam Brown, Bruce Covey, Clare Louise Harmon, Timothy Liu, Matthew Nye, Coco Owen, D. A. Powell, Marthe Reed, Joanna Ruocco, Donna Stonecipher, Megan Volpert, Keith Waldrop, Mark Young, and many others.
We are reading submissions in all categories for issue [ … ]
Registration is open through February 1, 2015, for the Found Poetry Review’s National Poetry Month project, PoMoSco (short for Poetry Month Scouts). During the month of April, join the more than 150 poets who have already signed up for the project in earning up to 30 merit badges for completing writing prompts [ … ]
Loose Change, a journal of new writing from the WonderRoot Center for Arts and Social Change in Atlanta, is relaunching in January with work by Charles Alexander, Eric Baus, Pam Brown, Bhanu Kapil, Douglas A. Martin, Miranda Mellis, Simon Perchik, Deborah Poe, Joanna Ruocco, and Keith Waldrop, among others, and is still accepting submissions [ … ]
The impact of the Ebola virus is devastating. People around the world are mustering to offer aid. In addition to physical and monetary assistance, we can offer solidarity, hope, and art. These things matter, too.
At Broadsided Press (www.broadsidedpress.org), we believe art and literature are as necessary as the news to understanding the world. They [ … ]
from 8th to 31st October the international exhibition OLE.01 will take place at Royal Palace in Naples; I will exhibit there the interactive installation “Big Splash”, which consists of digital photography on the theme of water + poems from around the world. You are invited to participate in the network of poets with [ … ]
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Nerve Lantern is a journal of experimental performance texts and texts about performance, supporting a range of forms, including poets’ theatre and page-as-stage, published by Pyriform Press and edited by Ellen Redbird.
Hi Everyone, Sarah Anne Cox and I are editing a new anthology for my new press, Lark. Here is some of the info and you can find more via the link. Please share in an expansive manner. And happy summer. Elizabeth Treadwell
Manifesting the Female Epic is an anthology of poetry, essay, enactment, discussion, incantation, adaptation, edited [ … ]