The journal Drunken Boat has published several of my favourite pieces of electronic poetry and web art. Some of them don’t work in my newer browsers anymore (sigh) but such is the nature of the transient web. They recently announced The First Annual Panliterary Awards, and would like more entries in the electronic category. You actually have to pay $15 to take part in the competition, but if you win you get to say that you won and you get published and they promise invitations to present your work various places. If you want to sign up, the deadline is August 15.

I’ve never heard the word panliterary before. Have you?

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  1. Jose Angel

    No, nor panliterery neither : >

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