[Local events] FWD: Open Call for Work: Leslie Scalapino Feature on Jacket2

David Abel david at thetextgarage.com
Mon May 13 13:25:29 PDT 2013


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> *JACKET2 FEATURE: LESLIE SCALAPINO*
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> /call for work /
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> / Edited by Alicia Cohen, Judith Goldman & E. Tracy Grinnell /
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> OPEN CALL
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> An upcoming special issue of /Jacket2/ will be dedicated to the work 
> of poet Leslie Scalapino (1944-2010).  The editors seek essays that 
> have some degree of focus on Scalapino's more recently published works 
> (from 2008 to 2011) including the new edition of /How Phenomena Appear 
> to Unfold/; /The Dihedrons Gazelle-Dihedrals Zoom/; /Flow-Winged 
> Crocodile & A Pair/Actions Are Erased/Appear/; /Floats Horse-Floats or 
> Horse-Flows/; /The Animal is in the World like Water/; and /It's go in 
> horizontal/.
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> In the spirit of Scalapino's exploratory, adventurous body of work, we 
> welcome essays in the most capacious sense of that genre -- from 
> academic analyses to non-traditional framings, openings, and 
> investigations. We also encourage submission of more personal 
> reflections both creative and critical by writers discussing the 
> impact of Scalapino's writing on their own work. We are further 
> interested in visual artwork inspired by or pertaining to her oeuvre.
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> *DEADLINE: JUNE 15, 2013 *
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> Prospective writers and artists are invited to submit finished 
> works via Submittable 
> <http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=001CBbxrrLuqZSyvspNtvcz31ATs2LeguoHqNlgraXmv_e7wNZ-QEcLJAy4gzRD0Aqp78k0Pj0yIh1l9V1L_Ww7EYjkds4DD2RNPe12Km1yoaqA6iitsuKAQaGSvBIKa5rCIIvF_bW92AE_on8Wy2itE86jUosoEquIhrEUQpwhT3RokNMaZQXyJI77SaiY1WFh> 
> no later than June 15, 2013.  Essays should be no longer than 7000 
> words (approx. 12 pp.), formatted according to Chicago style as 
> appropriate, and accompanied by a 100-200 word author bio.
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> For more on Leslie Scalapino, please visit her website: 
> www.lesliescalapino.com <http://www.lesliescalapino.com>
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