Monday, April 19, 2010

And We Will Ride Again

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Interview with this goof

Dig us Cooper Dillon peeps at the Bloof/Cooper Dillon/Noemi event at Green Spaces in Denver.

The lovely Carrie Olivia Adams just posted up an interview with me at Constant Conversation. Check it out, and keep going back for more interviews with the small press community.

And check back here--I might have a few things to say about the AWP in Denver, now that my body has returned to a reasonable height above sea level.

Friday, April 9, 2010

Small Press Party in Denver!

Mark your AWP calendar for Thursday night!

7-10 PM
Green Spaces Colorado
1368 26th Street

We're throwing a small press party in Denver, featuring Bloof Books, Cooper Dillon Books & Noemi Press.

Readings by:

Shanna Compton
Peter Davis
Jill Alexander Essbaum
Jennifer L. Knox
Gary L. McDowell
Danielle Pafunda
Nate Pritts
Sandra Simonds

& more TDB

RSVP at the Facebook page here.


This event will also now include Ada Limón!

Monday, April 5, 2010

Your Philip Graham Fix

from Hunger Moutain

Hunger Mountain, the Vermont College of Fine Arts journal of the arts, is now accepting submissions for the new "Stage and Screen" section of its (relatively) new online journal. I'm writing to pass along the call for submissions, and ask that you consider sending us work. If you know anyone whose work might be a good fit for this section, please let them know about us. Also, I would greatly appreciate it if any of you with related blogs, or who are part of communities of writers/filmmakers/
theaterfolk/puppeteers/animators/video artists/etc., might post our call to help us spread the word. You can find Hunger Mountain here: and the Stage and Screen section here:

Thank you so much for your time!

The call:

Hunger Mountain is now accepting submissions for the Stage and Screen portion of our journal. Please submit a print submission consisting of a a typed, double-spaced manuscript no more than 10,000 words, or a video submission, consisting of a description of your project and a link to the video (we cannot accept files over 500KB). We welcome an array of examples of and responses to work on “stage” or on “screen”: film, theater, performance art, dance, dance film, animation, television, etc. We’re looking for both traditional and experimental work, including, but not limited to, video art/short film/recorded performances; excerpts from plays/screenplays; interviews of artists working in the field; critical reviews; and lyrical, personal or critical meditations about the genre/s. We like work that demonstrates an engagement with the world beyond its borders, clear stakes, and a beating heart. Please see submission guidelines to learn how to submit using our online submission manager.

Thanks for sending us your work and helping spread the word!

All best,

Megan Savage
Stage and Screen Editor, Hunger Mountain

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Now Open

I was having the most wonderful dream as the rain sounds where coming through the window and walls that I was going to a deli with Amy Guth. Then I woke, and Ada Limón reminded us all that it's National Poetry Month.

Happy happy poems.

Cooper Dillon Books is now taking submissions of Full Length and Chapbooks. All the details are here for you.

Will I be seeing your lovely face in Denver?

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