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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- Call No. 80 wp.me/p16p2P-mc 5 days ago
- "The point of teaching literature is not for students to regurgitate codified interpretations, but to interpret... fb.me/19AhKONM3 1 week ago
- RT @BodegaMag: "Praise to our veins and the veins that outlast us Clunky trees clunky branches" - Michael Homolka (http://t.co/9AXGPZT… 1 week ago
- If one wanted to re-read the entirety of #Shakespeare's work, what editions would you recommend? Any critical work you love? 1 week ago
- Call No. 79 wp.me/p16p2P-mg 1 week ago
Monthly Archives: October 2011
Enjoy this week’s call! As always, we’re accepting rolling submissions for the web, and we’re starting a new, shorter format for calls, so you can really focus on a given prompt. And if nothing strikes you this week, be sure to check … Continue reading
Here’s a nice present, on the occasion of Call & Response‘s first birthday: Over in Forbes, Scott Allison calls creativity “our economy’s most vital currency” and positions collaboration as an integral source of that creativity. We couldn’t agree more: creativity … Continue reading
In honor of our birthday, C&R is planning a re-design, and we want your help to get a great header as the center of our site. I know there are a ton of talented photographers, collage-makers, and designers, so we’re … Continue reading
Today marks one full year of C&R online! From that first auspicious day, 10/10/10 (don’t check our archives, please, because I’m lying here) to today, we’ve tried to bring you the very best in collaborative work and to create a … Continue reading
Another slow news week, but here’s one piece of interest: Over on The Guardian‘s Theatre Blog, Lyn Gardner investigates the trend of theatrical companies hiring artistic associates. In addition to creative concerns, there are, of course, economic considerations, as well … Continue reading