Saturday, September 10, 2011

Call for Mail Artists and Micropoets

What follows is a general call for mail artists and micropoets.  I received the following intriguing email I thought I'd pass along for those who like to play:

I am in Kofu, Japan on Artist Residency at AIRY gallery now and am hosting an open call for artists and micropoets (haiku / haiga inclusive) to send postcard designs and feature in an exhibition.  The instructions are here if this is of any interest to you and your readers.  :)
Kind regards

And the Twitter post: "open call for artists, poets, designers, photographers ... send a postcard to japan! feature in an exhibition!"  If you are interested, there is a deadline coming up.

For instructions on how to participate, take a look at Juliea's page on the project.

And, of course, Lilliput Review is always looking for poems: guidelines are here.

Finally, today's Issa email poem:

they praise Buddha too--
frogs on a rock
in a row
   translated by David G. Lanoue


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