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Antenna::Room 220 announces open calls for chapbooks and other creative work

posted May 5, 2016


Antenna::Room 220 is pleased to announce two new open calls for creative work: ANTENNA::ROOM 220 CHAPBOOK SERIES Submission Deadline: May 21, 2016 Antenna is soliciting proposals for chapbooks that investigate the intersections and collaborative possibilities between literature and art (defined and interpreted broadly). This continues a series of chapbooks that Antenna has produced for nearly a decade. You […]


chapbooks

Antenna::Room 220 announces open calls for chapbooks and other creative work

posted May 5, 2016

Antenna::Room 220 is pleased to announce two new open calls for creative work: ANTENNA::ROOM 220 CHAPBOOK SERIES Submission Deadline: May 21, 2016 Antenna is soliciting proposals for chapbooks that investigate the intersections and collaborative possibilities between literature and art (defined and interpreted broadly). This continues a series of chapbooks that Antenna has produced for nearly a decade. You […]

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What’s So Tremendous About Comfort?: A Review of Laura Mullen’s Complicated Grief

posted April 16, 2016

Laura Mullen will read as part of the New Orleans Poetry Festival at 7 pm on Saturday, April 16th, at Mag’s (940 Elysian Fields).  Pierre Joris, Nicole Peyraffite, Niyi Osundare, and Adeena Karasick will also read. Complicated Grief  Laura Mullen Solid Objects, 2015 Reviewed by Kristin Sanders Laura Mullen’s writing, especially her emphasis on genre hybridity, urges […]

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The asking is never idle: A review of Carolyn Hembree’s Rigging a Chevy into a Time Machine and Other Ways to Escape a Plague

posted April 5, 2016

Room 220 will host the New Orleans launch of Carolyn Hembree’s Rigging a Chevy into a Time Machine and Other Ways to Escape a Plague, a collection of her poetry published by Trio House Press. The book won the 2015 Trio Award, selected by Neil Shepard, and the 2015 Marsh Hawk Press Rochelle Ratner Memorial Award, selected by Stephanie […]

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