You are working toward an MFA degree in creative writing. Awesome. You see the world through a critical lens. Everything is an experiment. Conversations hold meaning. The notebook in your front pocket, expertly tattered, is for the recording of daily life that could be “useful” to your work. Found objects are significant, like the letter […]
Month: September 2012
The first curator of Nola Studiola is John David Harding. John David’s work has been published in BAP-Quarterly, The Smoking Glue Gun, monkeybicycle, Cha, and The Pinch. He lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Curatorial Statement of Intent: You have just graduated with an MFA degree in Creative Writing. Awesome! You see the world through a critical […]
It’s time for a facelift, Studiola–because you’re in collaborative hands now. Introducing the collaborative curatorial project, Nola Studiola REDUX! Every month or so, a different artist will stagger to the helm of the Studiola and curate its inside parts, according to whatever best assists said artist in his or her navigation of community and solitude […]
5 Question interviews with writers, editors and other professional creatives explore how they create and why it works.
The Drunken Odyssey with John King was begun as a forum to discuss all aspects of the writing process, in a variety of genres, in order to foster a greater sense of community among writers.
See Episode 12, where Palooka journal editor Jonathan Starke is being down to earth and normal and making you want to submit to his journal.