8 February, 2021
Deadline: Monday 22 February (11:59pm)
Applications are now open to be our March/April 2021 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.
Running Dog will offer five micro-residencies in 2021: March/April, May/June, July/August, September/October, and November/December. Call outs for each residency will take place in the month before they begin and will be promoted via our Instagram, Facebook and Twitter accounts.
How does it work?
The micro-residency will be offered to one poet for a duration of two months. During this time, the poet in residence will produce two poems (ideally one per month, but the poet is also able to share both works at the end of the two month period). These two poems will be distributed via Running Dog’s monthly newsletter to our readership.
All poetry micro-residents are paid for their work.
We’re looking for writing that is contemplative, experimental, and above all NEW! The selected poet is encouraged to develop poetry during the residency so your expression of interest is all that’s needed for now.
About Running Dog:
Running Dog is an online arts publication that publishes long-form articles on contemporary art. Since its inception in 2017, the editorial ethos of the publication has been two-fold: firstly, to expand the culture of criticism around contemporary art, and secondly, to provide a necessary platform for experimental modes of arts writing. Running Dog has published reviews, features and poetry, as well as a series of special issues. Above all else, we endeavour to create a multi-vocal space for emerging and established writers who wish to challenge the modes of contemporary arts writing and rethink the potential of the digital space.
Running Dog acknowledges the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, the traditional owners of the land that facilitates the creation of this project. This land was never ceded and was taken by violence. We pay our respects to their elders past and present, and their descendants.