After a brief hiatus, your favorite literary journal returns featuring fabulous interviews with Spoken Word poet Fitz Fitzpatrick and a surprise guest! Featuring the sentient words of Daniel Iacob as inspiration, for our February 14 issue, we seek submissions highlighting place and power.
Milford A. Jeremiah writes, "We may define place as the physical aspect of the environment at hand. In other sense, we may define place as the environment removed from the speaker or writer. In some instances, place is the term used to describe the setting in which the issues of writing and other language-related skills are housed and discussed. In the literary world, place is usually combined with time and events to establish what we know as the social setting or the social context of a literary work."
For this issue, we're going back to our roots, with image macros, textual overlays, traditional poetry, gifs, videos, and songs. It will be a veritable mishmash of glorious collage, layering revolution with high resolution. Send no more than 3 poems with an artist photograph and bio; and/or no more than five image macros with textual overlay; and/or no more than five photographs or collages to email@example.com by February 1st.