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Rhubarb #34 Theatre Issue Call for Submissions

Per Brask

Per Brask

GUEST EDITOR: PER BRASK

Deadline: June 28, 2013

We are looking for new, unpublished work about or involving theatre in some way from writers and artists who self-define as Mennonites, whether practicing, declined or resistant; we also accept writing and visual art by non-Mennonites about Mennonites. Submissions of essays about theatre experiences of plays written by playwrights of Mennonite background or of any show seen from the perspective of someone with a Mennonite background, and about personal experiences as performer, director, designer, playwright are welcome; as are short stories or poems, reflecting on an element of theatre or has theatre making or viewing as a focus.

GENERAL GUIDELINES
Poetry: Up to 30 lines
Fiction and non-fiction: Up to 2,500 words
Artwork: Black-and-white artwork including high contrast photographs that reproduce well in the magazine printing process. A limited number colour images are used in each issue, including a cover image and images for an art feature inside.

SUBMISSIONS
Submit to Rhubarb by email, which we prefer at [email protected] .
Attachments accepted in Word doc or docx, images as tiffs or jpegs.

Snail mail submissions are also accepted at: Rhubarb c/o MLS, 606-100 Arthur Street, Winnipeg, MB R3B 1H3

Please include your name on every page!
All submissions should include a short bio and full name and address of contributor.

Rhubarb buys 1st North American rights, paying $50.00 on publication, $25.00 for reviews.

PER BRASK

Per Brask is a Professor in the Department of Theatre and Film at the U of W where he has taught since 1982.  His activities, apart from teaching, focus on creative writing, literary translation, and dramaturgy.  Recent publications include Performing Consciousness (edited with Daniel Meyer-Dinkgräfe, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2010), A Spectator (ekphrastic poetry, Fictive Press, 2012) and Above Palm Canyon and Other Places in the Mind  (poetry, Fictive Press, 2013).

 

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