Wednesday, February 5, 2014
Sunday, January 19, 2014
Monday, December 23, 2013
The Baron instigates Paul's reflecting about the worth of his own life, the perspective of his own problems.
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
Sunday, November 17, 2013
Monday, October 14, 2013
Thursday, October 10, 2013
Wednesday, October 9, 2013
Monday, October 7, 2013
Sunday, October 6, 2013
Saturday, September 28, 2013
Justin Nicholes, George Davis, and many others worldwide _The Bay Is Dying_ interactive, multimedia, multiplatform group-authored Internet novel-as-a-game
Who are we? We're a group of people from across the world who decided to work together to create something special, with the ultimate goal of making people really see the impact pollution is having on the planet.
We're musicians, writers, gamers, teachers … and we're also you. Because The Bay Is Dying doesn't work without you. Your interaction with us, with it, brings this interactive, multimedia, multiplatform group-authored Internet novel-as-a game to life.
Look. It's real simple. We've been witnessing pollution for so long, dealing with spills and leaks and haze for so many years, that most of us don't even notice it anymore. Or, if we do, most of us assume there's nothing we can do. One person can't change the world . . . right?
That's where The Bay Is Dying comes in. Hear me out for a minute.
First, there's the argument side, one that everyone outwardly agrees with. More than that, though, is an obligation we have to act on this common belief, to do the right thing for ourselves and for future generations and each of us do a small part in protecting the planet.
The other side, though, has to do with the story, with the artfulness of what's unfolds here. The Bay Is Dying is a novel, it's a game—it is a world-wide, creative collaboration, that you, along with us, can make into a movement.
Saturday, September 21, 2013
Friday, September 20, 2013
~The Pavilion publishes bi-annually online: Fall and Spring. Writers may submit at any time but reading and responding will generally happen when we're not teaching.
~For the spring issue, expect responses between June and August.
~For the fall, December and February.
~Literary fiction: 1 story, 500-3000 words.
~Creative nonfiction: 1 essay, 500-3000 words.
~Poetry: 1-3 pieces, anything goes.
Guidelines for Fiction & Nonfiction
~Email address: Contact the appropriate editor at PavilionEditors[at]gmail
~Subject line format: Your Name "Title of Work" Genre. Example: Kal Groznyy "The Factory" Fiction
~Body of email: provide a brief bio (name, previous pubs if any, contact email) then paste the story or personal essay there.
*Poets may attach poems in a document—to retain formatting.