In the leafy grounds and hibiscus shade of the Fremantle Arts Centre Café.
Take your time to feel the energy of leaf power.
Oh good, a bunch of writers with food!
They will make an interesting plot.
come, come, all writers sit on
my hard art
Tuesday, November 27, 2012
Tuesday, November 13, 2012
Some crazy exciting news, folks. GDS is once again putting out a
shiny, whiz bang digital edition! We are looking for all manner of
writing for the 34th edition, be it poetry, fiction, non-fiction, spoken
word, sound and music projects, videos, animations, illustrations, even
apps and interactive pieces. Head down to our submissions site for more
information and downloads. December 14th is your deadline. Go forth! http://
Sunday, November 11, 2012
Summer Literary Seminars would like to commemorate his life, if only in a small way, by establishing a literary prize in his honor. Participation is open to everyone, regardless of previous level of accomplishment or native language. All entries must be in English. We will look for poetry that Arkadii himself would have liked: interesting, thoughtful, inventive, unafraid to be bold, driven by strong inner rhythm, breaking the linguistic barriers -- in a word, innovative, where innovation is not just a concept but a necessity
More at http://www.sumlitsem.org/lithuania/adp.html
The Department of English at the University of Sydney is pleased to announce that the first biennial award under the Helen Anne Bell Poetry Bequest will be made in 2013. Under the terms of Helen Anne Bell’s will, a cash prize of $5,000 will be offered for the best collection of 30 poems by a female poet over the age of 18. Applicants must be Australian, and the poems submitted must be “about Australian culture,” broadly defined.
Wednesday, November 7, 2012
foam:e invites submissions for the next edition of foam:e to be published in March 2013. Please use the word foam:e in the subject line and send up to 6 poems in the body of an email to the editor.
Submissions will only be accepted until the close of November 2012. The poems should be your own work, not currently submitted to any other journals and if previously published, foam:e wishes to acknowledge the journals in which they've previously been published so this information should be included in the submission. We prefer new, fresh current work. Before submitting to foam:e, please read our previous issues.
By submitting to foam:e please be aware you give consent to foam:e being archived by the National Library of Australia's Pandora Project and Australian poets being indexed by AustLit.
Issue 10 of foam:e will be jointly-edited by Angela Gardner and Louise Waller.
Books for Review should be sent to:
light-trap press, PO Box 6418, St Lucia, Qld 4067 Australia.
Friday, November 2, 2012
The good news is we are also wishing Meredi (before she goes) CONGRATULATIONS!!!! for her poem lost in translation in Cordite Interlocutor #40.
Also CONGRATULATIONS!!! to Josephine Clarke (a Friday/ Monday poet) for her poem This Smile in Cordite Interlocutor #40.
Well done, ladies!
So, finally we wish Meredi many more writing successes and hope to see her name up in lights from the wilds of Scotland, och lassie!