Philip Metres to Judge Spring Contest
Philip Metres will judge in Poetry for the 2020 Slippery Elm Prize! See more about Philip and his work at http://philipmetres.com/. Submissions are OPEN, and you can send us your work here: https://slipperyelm.submittable.com/submit Full guidelines: https://slipperyelm.findlay.edu/submit/contest-guidelines/
Finalists – Deanna Tulley Multimedia Contest
Announcing finalists for the Deanna Tulley Multimedia Prize: Ayesha Raees, for “A Manual (or memoir), For Learning (or knowing), About a Tentative (or fleeting), Ticking thought Machine (or being)” Alexander Weinstein, for “Laura Receives a Response” Carly MacIsaac, for “grey” Jennifer London, for “Forgetting Frank Joseph” Amy Drees, for “Aeolian Harp” Henry Crawford, for “Gettysburg…
“Zegar Tyka / The Clock’s Ticking”
A new collaborative videopoem is live in our Multimedia Wing! Original poem in Polish by Lidia Kosk; English translation by Danuta E. Kosk-Kosicka; choir music composed and conducted by Philip Olsen; video directed and produced by Ryan Sevel. Watch it in 360-degree video here.