Skip to content

CALL for ENTRIES: Into the Sea

2017 October 23

Learn more abou the Fairytales of Atlantis, the Into the Sea poetry art book project!SEAFOOD, anyone?

If you lived underwater, what would you eat?  Indulge me here.  If you were an inhabitant of Atlantis, what would be on the menu?  Are you really going to want to eat your fish, turtle & crustacean cohorts?  Can you be a vegetarian with only kelp to forage?  Mysterious, no?  This next Call wants your poetry or art interpretation of Atlantis.  If you figure out the food, let me know.  Take a look…

Check out this Call for Entries for Fairytales of Atlantis the Into the Sea poetry/art collaborative project.  This is a small startup for a book with no entry fee & a whole lot of fresh, enthusiastic energy.  I have a good feeling about this one…

*Editor’s Note:  It has been my practice to only publish opportunities with which I have some sort of experience, either personally or through a friend/peer.  But, I also like to try to vet more informal opportunities, and like the straightforward nature of the curators, but I can’t guarantee you anything.  You have to weigh this opportunity for pros/cons just like any other publication option. 

Learn more abou the Fairytales of Atlantis, the Into the Sea poetry/art book project!CALL for ENTRIES:
Fairytales of Atlantis
the Into the Sea
poetry/art project

“According to Plato and Greek mythology, the island of Atlantis was a utupia whose inhabitants became too greedy and power hungry (there are some variations on this). To punish them, Zeus and the other gods sank Atlantis. We wondered, what if this story was more of a classic princess fairytale, where Princess Kleito (who marries Poseidon), has to sink Atlantis in order to save it? And go…” –Elise Rorick & Sarah Ryan

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists

MEDIA: Open to 2-D media

THEME:  Atlantis – open to interpretation

DEADLINE:  December 1, 2017

NOTIFICATION:  Rolling

ENTRY FEE: None

CURATOR:  Elise Rorick, photographer, Lusicovi Creative & Sarah Ryan, poet

AWARDS:  Be a part of the poetry/ art collaboration.  Eventually it will be a Kickstarter campaign to fund the printing of the book. 

SALES:  Artists/contributors will all get an equal share of eventual sales profits.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

Learn more abou the Fairytales of Atlantis, the Into the Sea poetry art book project!

Comments are closed.