Wednesday, September 9, 2009

All my poems are about the apocalypse.

Flying Guillotine Press
& the First Annual Doomsday Festival & Symposium

is Asking You to Imagine Demise.

We Want Your Apocalypse Poems!

The First Annual Doomsday Festival & Symposium, a festival of
revelatory film, destruction literature, Butoh, and intellectual
disaster, will take place October 23-25 in New York City. In addition to a host of film
screenings, expert discussions, panels, and Butoh performances, Flying
Guillotine Press will curate a poetry reading and publish a limited
edition anthology of Apocalypse poems.

We invite you to submit apocalypse poems for the anthology!

Please email them to by October 5th.
We want to publish as many as possible, but depending on how many
submissions we get we may not.

(If they are previously published, let us know.)

If you would, please distribute this call far and wide. The more voices,
the more cacophonous our end.

See you in hell,

Flying Guillotine Press

(Sommer Browning & Tony Mancus)


justin tenley said...
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justin tenley said...

is there a limit to how many poems i can submit?

Leigh Stein said...

You'd have to ask the editors.

Michael Northrop said...

Sweet! I'm writing a limerick.

ryan manning said...