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.
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 3.0 Unported License.
- Call No. 81 wp.me/p16p2P-me 3 weeks ago
- Call No. 80 wp.me/p16p2P-mc 4 weeks ago
- "The point of teaching literature is not for students to regurgitate codified interpretations, but to interpret... fb.me/19AhKONM3 1 month ago
- RT @BodegaMag: "Praise to our veins and the veins that outlast us Clunky trees clunky branches" - Michael Homolka (http://t.co/9AXGPZT… 1 month ago
- If one wanted to re-read the entirety of #Shakespeare's work, what editions would you recommend? Any critical work you love? 1 month ago
Category Archives: In the News
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
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
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
A little late this week, but here nonetheless: Torontoist has an interview with Dylan Akio Smith and Kris Elgstrand, about the film they co-directed, Doppelganger Paul (Or A Film About How Much I Hate Myself), collaboration within the movie, and … Continue reading
It’s no secret that we love Patti Smith here at Call & Response (or, at least, the half who usually writes the news does), so here’s a great interview with Lenny Kaye about his collaboration with Patti Smith. Kaye describes … Continue reading
Ten years on, the events of September 11, 2001, are beginning to take their place in the world of literature. Amy Waldman’s novel The Submission treats the aftermath of a 9/11-like terrorist attack, and the New York Times recently surveyed … Continue reading
The past week saw the passing of two great musical collaborators: Jerry Leiber, who, with Mike Stoller, wrote some of Elvis’ biggest hits, and Nickolas Ashford, author, with his wife Valerie Simpson, of classics like “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” … Continue reading
Check out My Fantasmagorical Collaborative Writing Experiment, Lance Ulanoff‘s account of co-writing a story in Google+ with a dozen other people. It sounds like the experience — as it is for many collaborators — was an adventure in relinquishing expectations, … Continue reading
Over at the Huffington Post, Kate Moses’ Chocolate Cake for Diane is a touching portrait of her friendship with biographer Diane Middlebrook. A shared interest in Sylvia Plath brought them together in what Moses calls “a fertile creative partnership of … Continue reading