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ouroboros: submit to new on-line literary and art journal

September 12, 2008

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Christine Swint and Jo Hemmant have announced a new poetry and art journal called ouroboros with a temporary home at ouroboros blog where you can find out about submission guidelines and the kinds of poems and artwork that interest them.

This is not to be confused with homouroboros, the zoetrope in the photo at the top of the page!

The project will have a web site, with four online issues a year, as well as two print issues, and a book down the road.

“We hope that all the talented poets and artists whose blogs we read everyday will consider submitting their poems, paintings, and photos to our journal,” encourages Christine.

I look forward to submitting!

And speaking of submissions, GuerrillaReads is interested in my latest iMovie Shishilop Project 9/3/08–but they’ve asked me to retape it to mitigate some of the wind noise and camera movement. Now if I can just schedule a nice sunset, no fog, with little or no wind at a time when the seabirds are talking back, and the cyclists and pedestrians are cruising by! I’ll let you know when it’s up on my youtube channel and you can tell me which one you like better! (and please subscribe to my channel while you’re there!)

3 Comments leave one →
  1. September 13, 2008 4:59 pm

    Hey, thanks very much for this *grin*……we really appreciate the publicity and would be happy to receive a submission from you! Have a good weekend. J

  2. September 13, 2008 7:15 pm

    Thanks from me too, for the shout out. Funny, the part about the humouroboros.

    With your video, which I loved, I didn’t mind the wind, I thought it added to the guerrilla aspect of the reading, done in real time, at the place you were exploring in the poem. I wonder if there’s a way to extract the audio, and mess with the file to decrease background noise?

    Anyway, it’s great to hear that they like the video – I was sure they would.

  3. September 14, 2008 12:17 am

    thanks, Christine!

    it hadn’t occurred to me to work with the audio! i’ll give it a whirl! i’m going to try to reshoot it tonight as the sun has broke thought the clouds–but the wind is up too…

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