We are a month past the launch of our most recent issue and it is that time, and place, to start thinking about our next issue. We are seeking submissions of art, photography, poetry, fiction, lyrics, and all creative endeavors. The deadline for submissions to be considered for the next issue is May 1, 2016.
Get busy, get creative, get it going on!
We had a great turn out in February and response to the evening was overwhelming!
It has been a month (plus some) since the most recent launch at Homegrown and we are still basking in the afterglow.
A fabulous lineup of poets, writers, artists, and musicians had the house rocking. There was not a seat to be had: standing room only.
There was even a choir-bomb set-off by Tuesday Choir!
Submissions have been coming in and we are now gearing up for the next issue. The deadline is February 1, 2016.
Get busy, get creative, get submitting!
It has been a long and lazy summer so far but it is time to get down to brass tacks .
Put those memories, ideas, images, and inspirations into concrete form and consider submitting to the next issue of Time and Place.
The deadline for submissions to be considered for the next issue is September 1, 2015.
Come out to the Hamilton Zineposium and pick up a copy of the latest issue (or catch up on past issues) today at the Artworld Artbar today!
The launch of Issue 2 was greeted with a packed house at Homegrown Hamilton on June 3, an evening brimming with energy and talent.
Once again Keith Toms brought the beloved Underwood typewriter for the creation and reading of a collected poem:
It was great to see so many folks braving the cold on Wednesday to come out to our Vol 2, Issue 1 chapbook launch!
A special thanks to one of our contributors Keith Toms, who brought a beautiful Underwood typewriter.
Starting with one line of text, he invited the audience to write a line of their own and at the end of the evening read the collected poem: