Flying Guillotine

is reading poetry chapbook submissions from now until November 15th. Submission guidelines are here, but, first, here’s a not-so-secret hot tip:

We’re looking for beautiful, for interesting, for sonically perverse, for arresting. Everything a Tuba Jam Party should be.

And the good news is:  Your $5.00 submission fee buys you a previous title. Options include:

Mark Horosky’s More Frisk Than Risk

 

Matt Sadler’s Tiny Tsunami

 

Steven Karl’s (Ir)Rational Animals

 

Angela Veronica Wong’s All the Little Red Girls

 

Ana Božičević’s God, Sebastian, Amy

 

Michael Robins’s Circus SOLD OUT!

Kate Schapira’s The Saint’s Notebook SOLD OUT!

Brett Price’s Trouble With Mapping SOLD OUT!

Michael Rerick’s X-Ray SOLD OUT!

Melissa Koosmann’s Endings SOLD OUT!

 

Articles on Collaboration by William Walsh

At the Kenyon Review blog, William Walsh has been posting about collaborations. Since I’d been posting about the topic over here, he thought I might be interested–and in turn, I thought you might be.

(The descriptions of the articles are in his words.)

A Q&A with Elisa Gabbert and Kathleen Rooney about their long-standing collaboration.

A Q&A with Kate Schapira about her new book of poems, TOWN, which is an uber-collaboration with “contributions” from over sixty writers and non-writers.

And most recently, a Q&A with writer Joseph Young and artist Christine Sajecki, including some interesting art and video.

Enjoy!