The Revolution is Over….
As BathHOUSE moves into its eleventh year of existence, we are very excited to officially begin the reading/viewing/listening process of submissions for issue 10.1!!!
The international hypermedia journal BathHOUSE is currently accepting submissions for its 10.1 issue with the underlying theme of “Involution.” The process of involution occurs when something turns in on itself, shrinks, or returns to its original place or position. Think of: ricochet, rebirth, decomposition, fulfilled prophecies, déjà vu, the recurring dream, the circular argument, and the repetition of history.
With issue 10.1, we wish to publish hybrid work that hinges on a blur and questions the essential nature of “genre” and “discipline.” Please, send your involuted works of experimental poetry, flash fiction, documentary writing, new narrative, sound-text, hypermedia visual art/film, interdisciplinary/creative essays, or other generic remixes to email@example.com as an email attachment:
Acceptable file extensions are: Text (.doc .rtf .pdf) Art (high quality .jpg .gif) Audio (.mp3 .m4a) Video/Film (.avi .mpg .flv). Please include a brief bio and artist statement along with your work. The deadline for submissions is November 8th, 2012. We look forward to reading/viewing your submissions!
September 8, 2012
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We are greatly joyed to announce the release of our new issue. Art by Bianca Stone, two videos by David Buuck, excerpts from “The Sugar Book” by Johannes Göransson, audio cut ups by gtrabbit, a stunning short story by Matt Bell, plus poetry by Arielle Greenberg, Patrick Samuel, Laura Wetherington, Amir Kenan, and Jane Joritz-Nakagawa.
Bathhouse Hypermedia Journal is celebrating the release of its latest issue. Graduate, undergraduate students, and alumni (including Elizabeth Mikesch, Jonah Mixon-Webster, and Joe Sacksteder) will be presenting and performing pieces from the issue. We hope to see you at the premiere, during the Graduate Showcase, April 26th at 6 pm in the Student Center Gallery.
April 26, 2012
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If you are lucky enough to be near Austin this week be sure to check out this SXSW Interactive event discussing what the late David Foster Wallace’s text, Infinite Jest, offers to conversation about the Internet’s capacity to affect human interaction. (more…)
Join EMU alumni and current creative writing graduate students for two readings in Iowa this upcoming weekend. Featuring current BathHouse EIC Sean Kilpatrick, Jessie Eagle, and Barry Graham. See Defunct’s facebook page for details.
March 6, 2012
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