The ALP is in the middle of our first ever Kickstarter campaign, but we've decided to take a break from self-promotion to talk about community. From the outset, we've been big on finding, keeping, and connecting with community. Usually, we're talking about our community of readers and writers, but we know most people have multiple… Continue reading On Crises & Communities
It's the last day to get early bird pricing on print copies of antilang. no. 4-6 through our Kickstarter campaign! Save 25% off the regular retail price, plus you can add a copy of the previous print anthology (no. 2-3) for only ten bucks!* To celebrate this last shot, we thought we'd share the last… Continue reading Last Day for Early Bird antilang. Print Pricing
As each of the 3 themed issues that will appear in this print anthology featured guest editors, we thought it would be insightful to have their share their thoughts on the process of team editing, on The ALP's publishing philosophies, and on their favorite parts of the issues they helped curate. So in that spirit,… Continue reading Editor’s Reflection: Jesse Holth on Abrupt Environments
First off, huge kudos to our patrons on Patreon! Your ongoing support has helped us pay dozens of contributors who opted in for a cash payment while also keeping our website alive. Second, kudos to the 10 early adopters who have already pushed us more than a quarter of the way to our Kickstarter campaign… Continue reading On Supporting The ALP: Kickstarter Rewards
We're very excited to launch our first Kickstarter campaign in support of antilang. no. 4-6, our forthcoming annual print anthology. The anthology collects the three themed issues we published over the last year: Succinct Speculations, Pithy Politics, and (just launched yesterday!) Abrupt Environments. Our goal is to raise $1,500 to thank our contributors with hard… Continue reading Kickstart Our Art
Our third review dives into France Boyle's second poetry collection, This White Nest. Boyle's poems have appeared in antilang. no. 3 as well as no. 4 - Succinct Speculations. Her work captures a sense of familiar, earthy quiet. Familiar This White Nest draws on images familiar in two senses: they are commonplace, yet instill a strong sense… Continue reading Familiar. Earthy. Quiet. Frances Boyle’s This White Nest
We are so excited to reveal the cover for antilang. no. 6 - Abrupt Environments! The issue, which we hope to launch by the end of the month, features a double-exposed photograph by Victoria Braun. Victoria shared some insight into her creative process as well as the story behind this particular piece: I approach photography… Continue reading antilang. no. 6 Cover Reveal!
Hey everyone! We know you're all eager to read the latest in our trio of themed antilang. issues—Abrupt Environments—but it's been even longer since you've had the chance to hear from us. So, we are very excited to present the long-await 4th volume of soundbite! This volume has everything we love about orality and performance. It… Continue reading soundbite vol. 4 is LIVE!
Submissions to antilang. no. 6: Abrupt Environments are now CLOSED! So while we wait for the issue to come together, we thought we'd share three recent publications by our guest editor, Jesse Holth. First, from Canthius issue 7, is Jesse's poem "Retching Dead Fish" which you can read in this post or find in the… Continue reading Get to Know the Editor: Jesse Holth’s “Retching Dead Fish,” “Warning,” and “Iron and Salt”