Arts in the News:
The delicate but crucial art of saying ‘no’.
Ambient music as antidote to the auditory chaos of the ICU.
The growth of literary asylum cities.
‘The oud’s wistful lilt refuses to be smothered.’
Redefining travel with the help of technology and patience.
A searchable archive of short creative nonfiction and essays on the craft.
Muslim women of Baltimore, in photos.
The Flower City Arts Center is seeking original ceramic work, photography, and prints from emerging artists currently enrolled in a college program, and/or alumni within two years of graduation.
Individual and group proposals, in a variety of scholarly and creative areas, wanted by the Trillium Project for their residency program at Shotpouch Creek in Oregon.
The Deaf Poets Society, an online journal of deaf and disabled literature and arts, seeks work on bodies, science, technology, bioethics, and future ways of existing, for their issue on crip futurism.
Scholars, writers, and artists are encouraged to submit work to Southern Cultures for an upcoming material culture issue, entitled ‘Southern Things.’
Micro-essays of up to 500 words, on the topic of ‘roots/growth/blossom’, wanted by Mothers Always Write.
ZONE 3 has an open call for fiction, poetry, and nonfiction from both emerging and established writers.
Planning a family vacation to Montana this summer? The Missoula Writing Collaborative offers summer camps for middle- and high-school aged writers.
There’s no border powerful enough to stop this game from being played.
Mourning the departure of your favorite food magazine?
Your best creative ideas might just reveal themselves through doodling.
The eerily convincing robots of interspecies spy games.
A Pittsburgh nonprofit combats Islamaphobia on a teeny-tiny scale.fictionnonfictionpoetryopportunitiesliterary magazineartistsbibliostyle
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