Literature occupies an ambiguous position, continuously oscillating between demands placed on it by its own concept. On the one hand, literature – like any art – must be sensitive to its time and place. Constituted as socially mediated antithesis to its society, literature re-casts into form the content espoused (or eschewed) by its contemporary society. … Continue reading Editorial statement: volume two
Just a quick reminder that our call for artists for issue 2.2 is still open! Check this post for more details. We'd also love to read more political submissions! Queer & feminist, anarchist & Marxist in particular... Send your rants now!
Download this call as a PDF Radical Literature in the Age of Artificial Intelligence Given the ever-increasing abilities of so-called artificial intelligence, it may seem as though the legitimacy of literature is under terminal threat. If writing short stories and poems, and indeed entire novellas and novels, is already possible for distributed networks, what is … Continue reading Call for abstracts: Symposium in issue 2.2
Featuring prototext by Allan Lake, Bruce McRae, Daniel Miltz, Eleanor Silk, Glen Armstrong, Guna Moran, J.E.A. Wallace, J. Paul Ross, K. Miller, Maria Masington, Oliver Elsner, Raymond Luczak, and Robert Beveridge, and art by Heather Joy, this new issue comes as an e-copy and in print.
Click here to download a sample of the exciting experiments in prose, poetry, and art you can expect in Issue 1.2, out June 21! Click here to preorder your e-copy or limited edition print copy!