The NZ Electronic Poetry Centre (nzepc) is planning a two-part symposium in Auckland and Sydney. The first part of HOME & AWAY 2010 will feature readings, launches and forum-style talks with trans Tasman colleagues at the University of Auckland 30-31 March. We will also establish a digital bridge and invite poets and others to contribute text, images, audio or video that reflects or extends the symposium‘s trans Tasman focus. Another round of contributions to the bridge will be uploaded as HOME & AWAY convenes in Sydney 1-2 September. In this way we hope to create two-way traffic between points in time and places where people meet.
Who contributes? Anyone interested in poetry and its conversations can send a submission to the digital bridge. Submissions will be considered by an editorial team and you will be notified when your contribution has been accepted or declined.
What, how and when? Poems and prose (prose no longer than 2000 words please) should be sent to email@example.com as attached files. If you are sending images, audio or video check with us about suitable formats for upload. Submissions should reach us by 15 April for inclusion in the first upload, and by 15 September for the second. You should be the copyright holder of the material you are submitting.
The bridge will go live 30 March 2010.
Michele Leggott and Brian Flaherty, Pam Brown and Martin Edmond, eds. for NZ Electronic Poetry Centre (nzepc)