Ingrid Ankerson
Since the beginning
Works in Madison United States of America

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Ingrid Ankerson is a poet, new media artist and designer and co-editor of poemsthatgo.com. Her poetry has appeared in numerous literary publications, and she is the recipient of several writing awards--most recently the University of Baltimore's publishing arts award. A graduate student in the University of Baltimore's publications design program, Ingrid is interested in the act and impact of translating poetry between languages and into new media.
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OPPORTUNITY

Call for sound poetry


Deadline:
Sun Feb 09, 2003 01:00

Poems that Go (www.poemsthatgo.com) publishes Web-specific new media, hypermedia, and electronic poetry, prose, and short narrative. We are open to all forms of multimedia, computer-generated, and interactive work that include (but are not limited to) HTML, Shockwave, Quicktime, streaming media, Flash, Java, and DHTML content.

We are currently accepting submissions for the upcoming Spring 2003 issues of Poems that Go which will feature Sound Work, poetry that uses audio (found sounds, music, spoken word, etc.) in new and innovative ways.

Submit a query with a brief synopsis of your work, or send your url to ingrid@poemsthatgo.com by March 10, 2003.


OPPORTUNITY

call for artists


Deadline:
Wed Nov 13, 2002 01:00

Poems that Go publishes Web-specific new media, hypermedia, and electronic poetry, prose, and short narrative. We are open to all forms of multimedia, computer-generated, and interactive work that include (but are not limited to) HTML, Shockwave, Quicktime, streaming media, Flash, Java, and DHTML content.

We are currently accepting submissions for the upcoming Winter 2002 issues of Poems that Go which will feature "Literary Games," work that merges poetry or short fiction with games or gaming environments.

Please send a statement describing your work, as well as a URL where it can be viewed to: submissions@poemsthatgo.com

Deadline: December 15, 2002