OSTRANENIE 6.2, Wesleyan’s only all genre-inclusive, non-hierarchical, anonymously-reviewed campus publication, is now considering submissions through THE END OF THIS WEEK (try to submit to us by FRIDAY, MARCH 2ND). The magazine will be printed in COLOR and accepts ANYTHING CAPABLE OF 2-D REPRESENTATION, including but not limited to:
-DOCUMENTATION OF 3-D WORK
-CODE (C++/VISUAL BASIC/SUPERCOLLIDER/ETC.)
Please submit your work to WESBOX 92156 or samizdatpress (at) gmail (dot) com.
A. C. Wilkinson ’13, not to be confused with A. Wilkinson or Alix Wilkinson or, god forbid, Al Wilkinson, is expanding Argus International Enterprises to include a magazine component. Join him in this endeavor tomorrow at noon in the brand new Career Resquash Center.
Better yet, there’s free food.
OSTRANENIE 6.1, a campus publication, is now considering submissions through October 17th. The magazine accepts ANYTHING CAPABLE OF 2-D REPRESENTATION, including but not limited to:
-DOCUMENTATION OF 3-D WORK
Send your work to SAMIZDATPRESS@GMAIL.COM or WESBOX 92156.
You wanted to get Void Digest last week but couldn’t find it anywhere. Here’s a second chance — there are several big stacks of it on the counter behind the information desk in Usdan. If you want a copy so bad that you’d rather not risk missing them there, email jpattenATwes or akhandrosATwes and we’ll figure something out.
Make/shift magazine is coming to campus today. Here’s the blurb:
Make/shift is a dynamic two-hour multimedia program, made to engage, inform, and challenge students around the intersections between interpersonal and structural violence, and how grassroots feminism is responding to both. The program features film with live narration, readings, and video works that movingly articulate a feminism that is as concerned with prisons and policing, queer politics, immigration raids, and colonialism as it is with traditional feminist issues like domestic violence.
From Camara Awkward-Rich ’11:
Hey Queers (and gay boys and lesbians and transfolk and drag queens and bisexuals and everyone really)!
When’s the last time we had a real conversation? Not about each other, but with each other? When’s the last time we had a conversation about sex, about love, about making oatmeal, about our mothers, our bodies, our lives? I’m thinking never. Or at least not since I’ve been here.
Open House is working to build and rebuild some of those points of contact outside of activist and party scenes. So we’re trying to put out a lit/art mag or zine (or whatever it turns into) that represents us as individuals and as a community. So send us your poems, short stories, comic strips, creative non-fiction, drawings, photos etc. These can be in some way about being queer but definitely definitely don’t have to be.
Send submissions to openhouselit(at)gmail(dot)com by November 25th. (please specify if you want your piece to be anonymous)
Interested in editing? Layout? Coming up with a title? Email the same address.
Date: the day you were born – November 25th, 2009
Place: your mind/camera/sketchbook/notebook/hands/pen/paintbrush
The Wesleyan Witness, a political magazine spearheaded by everybody’s favorite campus ideologue Mytheos Holt ’10, is out with its latest issue today (Tuesday the 28th).
Here’s his preview of what to expect:
You may recall the old saying “Don’t judge a book by its cover”? This issue will test precisely how many of you actually paid attention to that injunction, as despite the flattering picture of President Obama on the cover, we very much make it our mission in this issue to tear this false Messiah off his cross of clout. And this time, there will be no resurrection.
If you ever wanted to know why Obama’s cult of hero-worship spells death for dissent, or why Obama’s administration is a fatal misstep on the part of liberals everywhere, or even how the Witness responded to our first-ever Letter to the Editor (which you can submit right now at wesleyan.witness@yahoo), you will want to pick this up. We look forward to the debate.
It’s nice to hear other opinions! And Mytheos has a sense of humor, so this could be interesting.
Kate Gavriel ’09 writes:
Be a part of The Hangman’s Lime!
The Hangman’s Lime is entering into its sixteenth year as the premier poetry magazine on campus, and we welcome you to join us! If you are interested in joining the editorial staff of The Hangman’s Lime, come to our next meeting on Monday.
Want more information? Check out our website. Questions? Contact Leah Campbell ’09 at lcampbell@wes.
Date: Monday, Sept. 29
Time: 4:30 PM
Place: UOC (190 High Street)