My candle burns at both ends;
It will not last the night;
But ah, my foes, and oh, my friends-
It’s Lit Review time!
Bang Bang café in Phibsborough will be hosting a spoken word event, also on Thursday.
The Bohemyth, an online literary journal based in Dublin and Australia, has ceased publishing. Formerly a quarterly publication, the journal published poetry, short fiction and essays, as well as photography. It was edited by Michael Naghten Shanks, a poet living in Dublin, and Holly Isemonger, a “human from Gerringong, Australia.
The Ogham Stone are accepting submissions until the 5pm on 29th of August. Those interested in submitting should check the guidelines as listed on their website.
Gorse will be accepting submission for their 7th and 8th editions from the 24th August until 21st September. The guidelines for submission are listed on their website.
As previously reported, the Stinging Fly are accepting submissions until the end of the month. Any submission bearing a postmark (online submissions also available, no email submissions accepted) after August 31st will be disregarded.
The Bennington Review will also be accepting submissions until the end of the month. The review is published in print twice a year and pay contributors based on the length of prose pieces/number of poems. All unsolicited submissions should be made via Submittable.
The Twitterary Review
This week on Twitter, the Lit Review has been doing some investigative work.
Spare a thought.
today spare a thought 4 students who suffered spontaneous hysterical levitation–caused by stress–and never came down pic.twitter.com/2KzPZAH2iB
— Roisin Kiberd (@roisinkiberd) August 17, 2016
Alas, you two Leo…
Check out Sexy Disney Pics! We think #1 would be a great tattoo! https://t.co/ePWZmQFsJ5
— Leo Tolstoy (@LTolstoyQuotes) August 16, 2016
That would explain the rules of velodrome cycling.
I think it would be my favourite moment in sport if it turned out that the GB Olympic cycling team were all on drugs.
— Gavin Corbett (@GavinTCorbett) August 16, 2016
This must have been a recurring theme at the Yeats family Christmas dinner table.
— NCAD Gallery (@NCAD_Gallery) August 16, 2016
The creative process in motion.
— Orla Shanaghy (@OrlaShanaghy) August 16, 2016
See you next week!
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