Arts in the News:
An interactive map of immigrant poets.
From overlooked tourist attraction to iconic piece of public art: a timely reconceiving.
How working in radio helped one writer to better understand literary rejection.
“These advising angels—part fact-checkers, part cultural ambassadors—are new additions to the book publishing ecosystem.”
IKEA takes action to address the housing needs of displaced people.
What’s an agent do, anyway, and why do I need one? A podcast.
Keep track of your submissions on the go: the Submittable mobile app is now available.
Poetry, prose, art, film, and audio wanted by Qua Magazine.
Short stories by women writers, on the theme of ‘Ghosts’, sought for an upcoming anthology by For Books’ Sake.
HEArt Online publishes contemporary literature and art that challenges discrimination and promotes social justice. Now seeking work on a variety of topics.
Kearny Street Workshop (KSW), the Bay Area’s hub for Asian Pacific American arts, seeks innovative, forward-thinking POC fashion designers and stylists.
Art, photography, fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry wanted by Rose Red Review.
Teachers and school professionals from around the world are invited to submit personal essays to Jessica Kingsley Publishers for a project on supporting transgender and gender-nonconforming students.
Anastamos, a new interdisciplinary journal, seeks creative and academic writing, poetry, videos, and visual art for their first issue, on the topic of ‘Fear’.
A pop-up dining series means delicious political action.
Stickers to communicate that your business is a welcoming place.
Punctuation as wallpaper? Classic novels charted and heat-mapped.
The Soviet Army monument with an irresistible appeal to activist street artists.
Weekend writing prompt: incorporate one of these regional idioms into an opening line of dialogue.
If you’re reading this at AWP, come discover the magical world of Table #375.
Got high-quality writing or artwork related to publishing or digital media? Consider submitting it to our blog. Thanks!