Showing posts with label Zach Kluckman. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Zach Kluckman. Show all posts

Friday, March 1, 2013

One Night Only Poetry, Mar2

…featuring 2 poets from Maine, local voices & #OpenMic. No doubt the bottomless mailbox & feed reader will turn up more for the weekend. Whether announcements go to blog or pass & head straight to Facebook is less editorial than timing, convenience or random chance. Zach Kluckman writes, 

Hola folks! I hope you all are well and dancing well in your portion of light! Just wanted to let you know about a unique event tomorrow night~ featuring 2 touring poets from Maine, an open mic, performances from a few local voices all for One Night Only! The event is tomorrow (Saturday night, March 2) from 7 to 9 pm at the Source (1111 Carlisle Blvd, at the corner of Carlisle & Anderson...3 blocks north of Gibson). We'll be in the Garden Room in the courtyard! 

Friday, September 23, 2011

NM Updates: 100 Thousand Poets for Change Event

Bringing us up to date on plans for #100T Poets & this weekend's #NMpoetry mega-event, Zach K writes

Just wanted to hit you with a couple of exciting announcements and updates as we get closer to the global phenomenon of 100 Thousand Poets for Change


First off, be sure to visit our local websiteit has the schedule and details of what's going down in Albuquerque and the rest of NM, including Santa Fe and the Tijeras Poets Picnic sponsored by the NM State Poetry Society

All weekend we are hosting a food drive and donation drive, so please bring non-perishable food items, men’s coats, blankets, white tube socks or other clothing for distribution through Roadrunner Food Bank and St. Martin’s. We are also accepting cash gifts throughout the weekend to be distributed back into the community.

Friday, August 19, 2011

Call for Submissions: Artistica



Just wanted to let you know about my new project (yes, another one!). I hope to see your stories and poems being submitted so here's the idea: I am starting a small 'zine called Artistica and I am excited about including work from everyone in the state!

The 'zine will be a small, chapbook sized publication, printed on 24 weight paper. It will include art, poetry, flash fiction and/or fiction installments and comics or graphic fiction - mostly in black and white, but with some color, especially on the cover. The theme is very loose, but think back to the underground art zines of the 60s and 70's.
 

Guidelines 
  • Previously published work and simultaneous submissions are welcome!
  • Fiction should be between one and two pages in most cases.
  • Longer stories we're willing to print in installments like the old dime story/pulp fiction model.
  • Submit up to three stories for consideration.
  • Poetry should be no more than one page, roughly 30 -35 lines.
  • Submit up to five poems. 
  • Simultaneous submissions and previously published work are fine, but please indicate where the poem appeared previously so we can credit them.
  • Artwork and comic strip submissions should be sent in jpeg or jpg format and we prefer the resolution to be at least 300 dpi. 
  • Submit up to five pieces for considration in the issue or for the cover. 
  • Black and white preferred for the interior and color for the cover.
We'll be reading submissions continually but the deadline for the first issue is August 25th so we can produce the first one by September 1st. After that the zine will come out on a monthly basis. 

Contributors recieve one free copy and the zines will be distributed throughout the state, mainly in Albuquerque. We will hand them out at readings and venues as a way to promote the artists and writers in the state.
 
Questions, comments and alien propaganda should be sent to me directly at zgkluckman@msn.com, as should all submissions.
 
Thank you all and I hope to see your work soon!
 
Light, love and respect,
 
Zach

Zachary Kluckman
Spoken Word Editor - The Pedestal Magazine
Associate Editor - The Journal of Truth and Consequence
Albuquerque Slam Poet Laureate Program Director
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