While our mandate says we like: good. short. writing., we're also interested in genre-defying/blurring work that avoids easy categorisation. This constraint-based-visual poem is one of the most different pieces in our second issue and the closest we have come to printing visual art. Now that you've read his project description, head over to antilang. no.… Continue reading antilang. Preview: Kevin Stebner’s “Oilspill”
Obviously, we appreciate concise writing, and we think it's at its best when the imagery and language hone in on one moment. Lonnie Monka's poem does just that and the fireworks pop off the page. A freelance writer and poetry enthusiast, Lonnie Monka runs Jerusalism, an initiative to foster local literary community through events such… Continue reading antilang. Preview: Lonnie Monka’s “over Awarta”
Exciting news! Our original logo designer and Issue 1 cover artist, Lissa McFarland has helped us come up with two new logos! A crow for antilang. and a raven for soundbite! (jk--it's the same bird used for both because it's just so cool!) We will be officially launching the new logos when our… Continue reading New Logos!
What does literary brevity look like? Show us! Hey everyone, we've been vetting your writing for antilang. no. 2 and we're blown away by your incredible words! Now we're looking for an amazing piece of art that captures the essence of good short writing for the issue's cover. What does literary brevity look like? Show us! Maybe you'll go… Continue reading Issue 2 Cover Art Contest