CA Conrad, who appeared in BP 11, had some poems published in "Poetry" magazine:
Check out CA's BP contribution here: http://boulderpavement.ca/issue011/full-moon-hawk-application/
boulderpavement There's also a recording of CA reading: http://www.poetryfoundation.org/features/audioitem/4534
November 18, 2013 at 4:52 pm
Don't forget to submit your creative work for issue 13 (theme: Luck)!
BP 12 features four new Literary Arts at The Banff Centre recordings:
Check out Abelardo Morell's haunting and evocative photographs in BP 12:
Scholar and artists' book creator Johanna Drucker writes about the book as call and conditional texts:
Check out Jeneen Frei Njootli's diptych in BP 12 (and print it off so you can fold it yourself!):
Check out Baco Ohama's video and storypoem in BP 12:
Acclaimed novelist Jaspreet Singh gives us an excerpt from his new novel "Helium," which deals with the atrocities of India's 1984 anti-Sikh pogrom.
Start your tour of Boulderpavement 12 with a look at The Banff Centre's amazing Artists' Book collection, which includes over 4,000 titles:
The Big Reveal: Boulderpavement 12 (The Book Issue) has gone live!
We launch BP 12 today (JPL 204, 4:30 p.m.)!
Applications to the U of C Distinguished Writers Program are open until January 31, 2014:
WordFest Banff features BP 11 contributor Craig Davidson in two separate events!
Don't forget about our upcoming issue launch on October 21:
Craig Davidson made the Giller short list!
Check out his piece in BP 11 (http://boulderpavement.ca/issue011/the-woods/)
Issue 12 is coming together nicely, and we have a launch date!
Exciting news for BP 10 contributor Paolo Pietropaolo (http://boulderpavement.ca/issue010/this-is-marquette-park/)
Time is running out to submit to The Book issue!
Here's more info, and upcoming themes to look forward to:
You still have two weeks to submit work for Boulderpavement 12 (Theme: "The Book")!
Boulderpavement is a multidisciplinary, multimedia, online quarterly published by Banff Centre Press. Featuring lively, creative content for the Internet, the journal presents an array of forms including dance, music, video, sound and visual art, critique, poetry, fiction and non-fiction writing by artists from around the world.
Here are our submission guidelines: