Call for Asemic Writing for NationalPoetryMonth.ca 2019

Call for Asemic Writing for NationalPoetryMonth.ca 2019

 

Please send jpgs, a bio and photo to amanda@angelhousepress.com with NPM 2019 in the subject line. Do not send links to sites or a Dropbox or Google drive and ask me to pick. Send as many jpgs as you like until the deadline.

 

Deadline: February 28, 2019

E-mail address: amanda@angelhousepress.com

Publication status: work can be previously or currently published or unpublished as long as you hold copyright.

 

The work will be published on line at NationalPoetryMonth.ca in April 2019. The entire month will feature asemic writing. The work will be on line until February 29, 2020.

 

Visit NationalPoetryMonth.ca to see site’s parameters and aesthetic considerations. If you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail me.

 

AngelHousePress began NationalPoetryMonth.ca in 2009 as an alternative to institutionalized celebrations of poetry with the goal of expanding preconceived notions of what poetry is or means. My favourite response to the poetry on NationalPoetryMonth.ca is "this isn't poetry!"

 

We publish one work each day in April for a total of 30 poems/pieces. I use the opportunity to discover potential contributors to Experiment-O.com and to our essay series. This year I want to focus on asemic writing to feature a type of visual poetry that is less well known.

 

AngelHousePress, established in 2007, publishes raw talent, ragged edges and rebels through its limited edition chapbook series (final chapbooks spring 2019), NationalPoetryMonth.ca, an annual celebration of poetry in April, Experiment-O.com, an annual online PDF magazine that comes out in the autumn, an online essay series and a podcast, the Small Machine Talks. Please visit AngelHousePress.com for more information, and to sign up to our mailing list to stay informed about calls for submission and activities.

 

Please share this call with fellow asemic writers.

 

Happy New Year and thank you to all who contributed and submitted work, bought and reviewed chapbooks, and shared our shenanigans in 2018.

 

yr fallen angel,

Amanda Earl



Experiment-O Issue 11Experiment-O Issue 11
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To the solitary and the friendless.

“I care for myself. The more solitary, the more friendless, the more unsustained I am, the more I will respect myself.”

― Charlotte Brontë, Jane Eyre

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