Saturday, June 30, 2012

Canadian Women in the Literary Arts

CWILA: a great new literary initiative founded by Gillian Jerome:

Here's a description of CWILA from their website:

"CWILA (Canadian Women in the Literary Arts) is an inclusive national literary organization for people who share feminist values and see the importance of strong and active female perspectives and presences within the Canadian literary landscape."

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The Poetry of YouTube by Luc Gross

The Poetry Of YouTube
"In 2011, we at Traumawien held three public performances in Vienna. They were poetic treatments of YouTube comments featuring professional actors. The actors performed comments from a random selection of videos that had received more than a million views, over 200 comments and were in the German language."

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