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Announcing RD’s 2020 October/November Poetry Micro-Resident!

12 October, 2020

We’re thrilled to announce that our October/November poetry micro-resident for 2020 is Luke Patterson!   Luke Patterson is a Gamilaroi poet and folklorist living on Gadigal lands. He is interested in the ways bioregional identities and consciousness are expressed through localised and vernacular forms. Luke’s research and creative pursuits are grounded in his extensive work…

Expressions of Interest: October/November Running Dog Poetry Micro-Residency

16 September, 2020

Deadline: Wednesday 30th September (11:59pm) Applications are now open to be our October/November Poetry Micro-Resident! RD’s two-month micro-residencies are open to all poets, emerging or established. Previous experience working within the arts writing field is not required.  Our August/September 2020 Poetry Micro-Resident is Carly Stone, and you can find all the work of our past…

Announcing RD’s 2020 August/September Poetry Micro-Resident!

18 August, 2020

We’re thrilled to announce that our August/September poetry micro-resident for 2020 is Carly Stone!   Carly Stone is a non-sense non-binary writer living and working on unceded Wurundjeri land. You can find their writing in The Lifted Brow, Voiceworks, Going Down Swinging, Westerly and The Lifted Brow’s Experimental Non-Fiction Prize Shortlist. They are an Online…

Call Out: LIVE STREAM NOW

12 August, 2020

  Deadline: Wednesday 26th August (11:59pm AEST) Running Dog is seeking proposals for LIVE STREAM NOW—our third issue in an ongoing series investigating four major concerns that are reshaping our world. You can read our second issue, Crowd the Revolution, via our special issues page. All contributors will be paid for their work. Successful applicants…

Expressions of Interest: August/September Running Dog Poetry Micro-Residency

22 July, 2020

Deadline: Wednesday 5th August (11:59pm) Applications are now open to be our August/September Poetry Micro-Resident! RD’s two-month micro-residencies are open to all poets, emerging or established. Previous experience working within the arts writing field is not required.  Our June/July 2020 Poetry Micro-Resident is Nicole Wallace, and you can find all the work of our past…

Announcing RD’s 2020 June/July Poetry Micro-Resident!

24 June, 2020

We’re thrilled to announce that our June/July poetry micro-resident for 2020 is Nicole Wallace!  Nicole Wallace is the author of the chapbook WAASAMOWIN (IMP, October 2019) and was a 2019 Poets House Emerging Poets Fellow. Currently based in occupied Lenape and Canarsie territories (so called Brooklyn, NY), she is the Managing Director of The Poetry Project. Recent…

Expressions of Interest: June/July Running Dog Poetry Micro-Residency

13 May, 2020

Deadline: Wednesday 27th May (11:59pm) Applications are now open to be our June/July Poetry Micro-Resident! RD’s two-month micro-residencies are open to all poets, emerging or established. Previous experience working within the arts writing field is not required.  Our April/May 2020 Poetry Micro-Resident is Zhi Yi Cham, and you can find all the work of our…

Callout: Crowd / the / Revolution

14 April, 2020

Deadline: Friday 1st May (11:59pm) Running Dog is seeking proposals for Crowd / the / Revolution—our second issue in an ongoing series investigating four major concerns that are reshaping our world. You can read our first issue, Automate Me, via our special issues page. Topics of discussion could include: Universal health care / Diane Di…

Announcing RD’s 2020 April/May Poetry Micro-Resident!

7 April, 2020

We’re thrilled to announce that our April/May poetry micro-resident for 2020 is Zhi Yi Cham!  Zhi is a Malaysian poet/artist based on unceded Ngunnawal and Ngambri country. In 2019 she was selected as part of the You Are Here – Artist Development Program in which her food/poem/film work, ‘The Moon Is Beautiful, Isn’t It?’, was…

Announcing Diego Ramirez as Running Dog’s Editor-At-Large

2 April, 2020

We’re thrilled to welcome Diego Ramirez to the Running Dog team as our Editor-At-Large!  Diego Ramirez is an artist, writer and arts worker. Originally from the city of Guadalajara, Mexico, he currently resides in Narrm/Melbourne, Australia. Ramirez completed a Bachelor of Fine Art at RMIT University and an Honours Degree of Fine Arts at Monash…