Publishing & Journalism:
Dayna Tororici examines tomorrow’s strike, from Aristophanes onward.
The Egoist, The Little Review, The Crisis – early modernist magazines for digital browsing.
The quilts of Gina Adams reflect the problematic language and unfulfilled promises of early treaties.
Jia Tolentino on Tracy K. Smith, birds, and poems to shiver over.
‘It helps to deflate the cult of Shakespearean exceptionalism, which imagines him as a freak of isolated genius:’ Computer analysis and literary collaboration.
The US/Mexico border as a site of artistic fruition.
Washington and Lee University’s journal, Shenandoah, seeks fiction, flash, reviews, and poetry, as well as contest entries from Virginia poets.
DFW Writer’s Workshop is reviewing applications for their Spring Residency in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Junot Diaz, fiction editor at Boston Review, has issued a special call for stories, essays, and interviews on the theme of global dystopias.
Vela publishes longform nonfiction written by women, with particular emphasis on narrative nonfiction, essays with a research and/or reporting component, and literary journalism.
For their spring issue ‘Cohesion: Bugs, Soil, and Fungus,’ Alluvian seeks nonfiction, science journalism, science narratives, feature pieces, and art related to the environment.
NILVX is an independent multimedia journal for writers, philosophers, artists, and photographers inspired by magic, mysticism, and the occult. Their current theme is ‘Ancestors.’
Mississippi’s Jabberwock Review has an open call for poetry and prose, and seeks submissions of fiction and poetry for the Nancy D. Hargrove Editors’ Prize.
Digging Through the Fat is looking for links to previously published works for inclusion in their next ‘Community’ page.
The Breadbox Chapbook Series from The Head and the Hand is open to literary fiction and narrative nonfiction from 3,000 to 5,000 words in length.
Mainstreet Arts is hosting a national juried exhibition depicting competing visions of the future. Artwork submitted may reflect the idea of utopia, dystopia, or a combination of the two, as interpreted by the artist. Open to all media.
The City of Boston Department of Arts and Culture has a number of opportunities, including public projects and an Opportunity Fund.
Minnesota’s Soo Visual Arts Center is seeking any form of visual art from individual artists, collaborative teams, or curatorial proposals, for their 2018/19 Exhibition Season.
For their Art of the South Juried Exhibition, Number: Inc is accepting art in any media from residents of sixteen southern states.
Hudson Valley artists working in all media are sought for the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art’s exhibit ‘Undercurrents: The River as Metaphor.’
Every Spring, Music Under New York (MTA MUSIC) presents a day of Auditions in Grand Central Terminal to review and add new performers to the MTA MUSIC roster.
Creative Job Opportunities:
Milkweed Editions is accepting internship applications.
Brooklyn Arts Council’s Arts in Education invites dynamic, experienced and creative Teaching Artists for after-school and in-school residencies in New York City public and private schools, from Kindergarten through high school.
If you’d like to volunteer with E&GJ Press, they have a number of opportunities.
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