Now this is one airline safety-video that is NOT boring. Enjoy.For those who watched the Hobbit,Must have cost a fortune.
Friday, January 23, 2015
Each April, the Academy of American Poets creates and distributes—for free—over 120,000 copies of the current National Poetry Month posters to U.S. schools, libraries, bookstores, and community centers to help promote the month-long celebration.
Select National Poetry Month posters from previous years are available at the Poets Shop for $5 each while supplies last.
This year’s poster was designed by 2014 National Book Award finalist and New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast. It features a line of poetry from Mark Strand’s “Eating Poetry.”
Thursday, January 22, 2015
Australian Poetry Org http://www.australianpoetry.org/
Mascara Literary Review http://mascarareview.com/
Tincture Journal http://tincture-journal.com/
Rabbit Journal http://rabbitpoetry.com/
Writ Poetry Review http://www.writreview.com.au/
Stolen from Michelle Leber's great new website at http://www.michelleleber.com/
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
FIRST SATURDAY of EVERY MONTH is
Dan O'Connell Hotel 225 Canning St, Carlton, Carlton, Victoria, Australia 3053
Here is what you need to know:
$100 CASH PRIZE
One Winner, One Prize.
Time Limit is 5mins
That's the limit, if your poems goes for less than the 5min LIMIT, that's ok
ONE POEM ONLY
NO instruments, if lyrics are your thing, fine, read them as spoken word.
Reading a poem from paper is ok, most poets do this.
The open mic competition blackboard opens at 2pm,
the competition starts at 2.30pm
Sunday, January 18, 2015
“unusual work” from collective effort press – edited by PiO, seeks submissions of experimental poetry, prose, pictures, paintings, photographs, sketches, sculpture, art, ideas, politics, and anything else starting with abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
works submitted must NOT appear on the internet and remain the copyright of the magazine. payment = one free copy per contributor.
a bi-annual A5 magazine, unusual work is available by subscription $30 for 3 issues. cheques, cash or money order payable to
collective effort press
p.o. box 2430
gpo melbourne 3001
Remember to enclose a stamped self addressed envelope with your submission. Think quirky, droll, or witty. Think experimental, think avant-garde, concrete or shape. Have some fun. The more “unusual” the better.
Hello Jazz in Concert at The Gods supporters
Welcome to 2015. It's just over a fortnight to the first concert of the year featuring Mark Ginsburg — The South African Project. It's a top line-up performing the music of the great South African jazz composers including Abdullah Ibrahim / Dollar Brand, Hugh Masekela, Miriam Makeba, Bheki Mseleku, and the like. It features: Mark Ginsburg (saxophones) Eamon Dilworth (trumpet / flugelhorn), Judy Campbell (voice), Ryan Grogan (piano), Brendan Clark Jr (bass) and Dave Goodman (drums). Not a night to be missed.
Bookings on 6248 5538 or email Jaye and Katie at email@example.com
Dinner at new time of 6.00; music starts at 7.30; non-eating seats can be booked but eating keeps the Gods in business.
Owing to lack of artsACT support, admissions are now $22/$15 concessions.You'll be getting your money's worth, fear not!
Saturday, January 17, 2015
University of Toronto Quarterly
Vol. 47 (1977) through current issue
University of Toronto Press Quarterly publishes interdisciplinary articles and reviews of international repute in English and French. This interdisciplinary approach provides a depth and quality to the journal that attracts both general readers and specialists from across the humanities. The Letters in Canada issue, published each winter, contains reviews of the previous year s work in Canadian fiction, poetry, drama, translations, and works in the humanities. Many of the recent issues have included over 650 pages of the years work in creative writing and scholarship! Published quarterly.
Published by: University of Toronto Press
University of Toronto Quarterly archive - 1977-2015 - available on Project
— 39 volumes, 150+ issues and more than 1200 articles and reviews —