C&R Posting Schedule
We're in the middle of creating a new posting schedule that works for us, so you may see some changes around here. Right now, we try to put up a new call every Monday and new responses on Wednesdays.
If you'd like to submit an Answer Song, Exquisite Corpse, or Favorite Collaboration, please send us an email, and we'll post it on a Friday.
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Monthly Archives: February 2011
First off, a soundbite on Victorian collaborative eroticism, from Salon’s interview with Deborah Lutz, author of Pleasure Bound:Victorian Sex Rebels and the New Eroticism: This was the time just before sexual identity got hardened into these labels, so we would … Continue reading
My freshman year of college, I read The Autobiography of Alice B. Toklas for the first time of three that I would read it there. I should probably write about that piece of collaborative work someday soon, but for now, … Continue reading
Attention Call & Response readers! C&R is pleased to open the call for submissions for our next print issue, due out March 21. If you’d like your work to be considered for the issue, please send it in using our … Continue reading
This is the call for the week of 2.20.11. We continue to seek rolling submissions for the web, so if you feel inspired, please do send something along. “Observe that noses were made to wear spectacles; and so we have … Continue reading
For you movie buffs out there, Scene Stealers has a list of the Top 10 Cinematic Partnerships. The list is a pretty solid one, including creative teams from Nick Cave & John Hillcoat to Akira Kurasawa & Toshiro Mifune. Also … Continue reading
Erica Quinn and David Bowie collaborated on this piece about a year ago, in response to last week’s favorite collaboration, David Bowie and Everyone. The David Bowie Poem Hurtling towards Huntingdon, my eyes smudge in the mint car mirror, but … Continue reading
An Exquisite Corpse is a method of collaborative work where words and images are assembled collectively to create new meaning. Drawing from the work in the most recent comment, respond in one line or image only via comments. The first … Continue reading
In response to the red camp teapot, Call No. 18.
In happy correspondence with our 100th entry, C&R is pleased to announce that we’ll be speaking at “Collections and Collaborations,” Indiana University’s annual graduate conference. We’ll be giving a paper called “Collage, Cyborg, Corpse: Metaphors for Collaborative Experience,” discussing the … Continue reading
Electric Educator has a brief how-to about using Google Docs to facilitate collaborative writing in the classroom. Robert Self-Pierson has a nice little observation about collaboration and goodwill over on his blog, in which he mentions Novak Djokovic’s acceptance speech … Continue reading