BIO

"a glimpse of" is an online and a paper journal which connects literary and art works in order to activate a hybrid narrative. The contents of each issue connect through a linguistic game. It is based in Athens.

A text or video is being published at the beginning of each issue. This functions as a source of free associations for the contributors.

Contributors for each issue select a word or sound or image to associate their work to that link, and with the whole piece in extension. Contributors can also select ‘word/sound/image-links’ from any other piece or artwork included in each isssue.

Contributors may participate with original, previously unpublished works. For more info, please check the Instructions on our site: www.aglimpseof.net.

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OPPORTUNITY

aglimpseof 18 . Corporate Cannibal


Deadline:
Mon Jun 15, 2015 00:00

Are you ready to be eaten? Who cooked up this plan? Are you willing to fight back?

Grace Jones’s 2008 black-and-white video clip “Corporate Cannibal" is aglimpseof 18's source video-text-sound : http://aglimpseof.net/category/issue-18/

We invite you to be inspired by Nick Hooker's video, Grace Jones', Adam Green's, Ivor Guest's and Mark Van Eyck's lyrics, and submit your artworks. We seek for new or previously unreleased and unpublished works. We will host a screening in Athens sometime in September 2015.

Please check the Instructions on our site for more details, and contact info : http://aglimpseof.net/instructions/. Thank you!


OPPORTUNITY

THE SPHINX WANTS ME TO GUESS


Deadline:
Sun Dec 15, 2013 00:00

Issue 14 (http://aglimpseof.net/category/issue-14/), The Sphinx Wants Me to Guess is open to submissions.

Starting from a 'source text,' we are asking contributors to choose a word or phrase from it and either use it to interpret the issue’s subject in their own way, or freely associate their work to that specific word and in extension to the 'source text'.

Issue 14's source-text is called The Sphinx Wants me to guess (http://aglimpseof.net/2013/10/13/the-sphinx-wants-me-to-guess/) inspired by Rae Armantrout’s verse “The Sphinx wants me to guess.”

For detailed info, please read the instructions (http://aglimpseof.net/instructions/)

Enjoy, guess, interpret the “riddles,” and send us your best, unpublished works.

Thank you.


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a glimpse of / a periodical network


Deadline:
Mon Nov 28, 2011 00:00

“a glimpse of”  is an independent project from Athens. It connects works from different creative fields. Each issue starts with an idiosyncratic text as a source of free associations. Issue No 10 publishes Ann Arrives Many Times: Meditation in Narrative by contemporary American author Teresa Carmody. You can choose your word-link from there. This word will be the subject of your submission, and the link between this text and your work. For more details, please check the Instructions. Thank you.


OPPORTUNITY

a glimpse of / a periodical network


Deadline:
Sun Sep 25, 2011 00:00

a glimpse of is an independent project from Athens. It connects works from different creative fields. Each issue starts with an idiosyncratic text as a source of free associations. Issue No 9 republishes Second Novella: “The Crack-up,” F. Scott Fitzgerald by G. Deleuze and F. Guattari. You can choose your word-link from there. This word will be the subject of your submission, and the link between this text and your work. For more details, please check the Instructions. Thank you.


OPPORTUNITY

A GLIMPSE OF, A PERIODICAL NETWORK


Deadline:
Thu Mar 31, 2011 00:00

“a glimpse of”  is an independent project which connects works from different creative fields. It is produced online over 2 months periods. Each issue starts with an idiosyncratic text as a source of free associations. Issue No 7 republishes What Happened, A Play by Gertrude Stein. You can choose your word-link from there. This word will be the subject of your submission, and the link between the text which is republished on the front page and your work. 
For more details, please check the Instructions. Thank you.