Spring 2020 Print Issue

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2018 Multimedia Contest

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Philip Metres to Judge Spring Contest
 
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
 
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”
 
“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.
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