Seneca Review Calls for Hybrid Projects and Outliers

July 5, 2013 § 1 Comment


balloonBeyond the lyric essay. 
Beyond the prose poem.
Beyond just words.
Beyond just images.

Beyond Category.

Seneca Review is now accepting submissions for its Beyond Category Special Issue. The issue will be a print-and-online cyborg, featuring a perfect-bound portion of the issue complemented by an online, digital portion. The hybrid format allows for a broad range of digital and analog projects.  

What we like:

Experimental typography, splicings, documentary poetics, visual-textual hybrids, multimedia essays, collage, live coding, new media, old media with new applications, audio, video, bio-art, book arts, etc.

Who we like:

Susan Howe, Jen Bervin, Anne Carson, Mary Ruefle, Vito Acconci, Shelley Jackson, Amaranth Borsuk & Brad Bouse, Ben Van Dyke, Jenny Holzer, Caroline Bergvall, John Cayley, and so forth.

Send us outliers, anachronisms and protochronisms, oddball experiments — anything that resists a single genre or medium. If in doubt, send it!

The special issue will come out in Jan 2014.

Submission Deadline: Oct 31, 2013
Email SenecaReview@hws.edu for more info.

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