Publishing & Journalism:
‘It’s hard to distinguish my reaction to Wallace from my reaction to patriarchy.’
The artistic persistence and significance of drag.
Percussion, receding hairlines, fruit and vegetable concerns, and other bad studio notes.
Boundaries take on increasing importance in modern worklife.
Saving documented destruction from destruction.
Considering the racial imaginary and the ‘Open Casket.’
Valeria Luiselli discusses her 40 questions with Amy Goodman.
Are you ‘some insanely talented double rainbow unicorn-dragon hybrid that does it all?’
The Whiting Foundation is now accepting applications for this year’s Creative Nonfiction Grant, which will offer allocations of $40,000.
For its forthcoming publication, Caribbean Queers, Litmus Press seeks to start a conversation about the intersectionality of queer poetics in the Caribbean and Caribbean diasporic communities.
Electric Literature is currently reading for personal and critical essays, as well as humor that reflects on the world of reading, writing, literature, and storytelling in all its forms.
Veliz Books is an independent literary press seeking quality and original literature written in English and Spanish.
The second annual Brittany Noakes Poetry Competition, judged by Sandra Beasley and facilitated by Soroptimist, supports the Live Your Dream Award.
The Passed Note is an online literary magazine of young adult poetry, prose, and art.
Penny is open for general and experimental submissions, with categories that include ‘Queer and Feminist Stories of Resistance,’ and ‘Letters from the ‘Martian School.”
Orion considers unsolicited poems that offer fresh insight into the intersection of nature, culture, and place.
For its inaugural flash fiction contest, judged by Santino Prinzi, District Lit seeks submissions of 750 words or less.
Slipstream welcomes poetry, black & white photography and artwork throughout the year.
Film & Performance:
HUBweek’s Immersion, a 4-day/3-night experiential live arts exhibition in Boston, has a number of opportunities for performance, arts, technology, film, workshops, events, and more.
AT&T seeks indie and student filmmakers for their Entertainment Project, an open challenge for imaginative, undiscovered short films from talented storytellers across the U.S.
A.I.R. Gallery welcomes applications to its inaugural summer residency, located on Governors Island, New York.
ONE is the Cleve Carney Art Gallery’s first ever emerging artist exhibition, intended to be a survey of contemporary artwork by artists in the region and across the country.
The New Hampshire State Council on the Arts invites applications from professional artists in all disciplines to apply for its Arts Education Roster.
Giertz Gallery at Parkland College in Champaign seeks art in a variety of disciplines for Around the Block II: Artists from Our Neighborhood.
Lansing Art Gallery’s Pop Up Art: Special Edition will repurpose twelve newspaper kiosks to showcase artwork by Michigan artists.
For its upcoming Small Works exhibition, curated by Bill Carroll, Trestle Gallery is calling for pieces no bigger than 12″ on their longest side.
Creative Job Opportunities:
The Lifted Brow is accepting applications for two positions: Publication Designer and Social Media Coordinator.
Inverse has a number of job opportunities in writing and technology.
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, a 44-year-old entrepreneurial arts council, seeks a temporary part-time Communications & Design Assistant.
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