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.
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Monthly Archives: November 2011
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 Call No. 45, “squeezing blood from a stone.” Cleaning Stones Peter Taylor These stones are patient sundials waiting for each hand stroke to clear away the names. You tidy grass while I wrench weeds and plant our … Continue reading
We hope everyone had a nice weekend and is back to work with fresh faces and turkey (or tofurkey, as you’d have it) sandwiches for lunch. As always, we’re accepting rolling submissions for the web, and if nothing strikes you this week, … Continue reading
Just a bit of news this week as you begin your holiday shopping, eat delicious Thanksgiving sandwiches, or, if you’re a member of the C&R team, catch up on work, school, and our favorite ‘zine: StoryStudio has helped provide a … Continue reading
Photo Credit: NYPL Digital Holiday Postcard Database C&R wishes all our stateside friends a very happy Thanksgiving, and asks you to interpret this excellent postcard any way you’d like. Enjoy your holiday!
In place of this week’s exquisite corpse, please check out this fantastic exquisite corpse engine: http://itp.nyu.edu/~ltr221/dwd/class8/corpse.php. Please visit the site, contribute two lines, and take a look at how past poems have turned out. The engine was created by Loren … Continue reading
In response to Call No. 40, Quotation from G.K. Chesterton. The Tree Neil Ellman Riding at the edge of time on my golden steed I found a tree its branches bare its roots a history I asked the tree, “Are … Continue reading
Enjoy this week’s call! As always, we’re accepting rolling submissions for the web, and if nothing strikes you this week, be sure to check out our past calls for some further inspiration.