Allie Marini Batts’ work has appeared in over 100 literary publications including the Seedpod anthology “Sex. Death. Resurrection.” She’s pursuing her MFA degree in Creative Writing at Antioch University Los Angeles.
Calling all writers, visual artists, musicians, dancers, filmmakers, thespians, crafters, makers, and other creators interested in contributing to a visionary artistic collaboration. INSPIRATION NOT INTERPRETATION WRITERS We are soliciting short works of fiction, creative non-fiction, and memoir to serve as inspiration for selected artists. Your short story should be no more than 1500 words […]
Diane J. Wright is a novelist and story editor who indulges her love of story via The Story Spot, a site for writers and editors working across forms and genres.
Eleanor Leonne Bennett is a 16-year-old photographer and artist who has received awards from National Geographic, The World Photography Organisation, Nature’s Best Photography, Papworth Trust, Mencap, The Woodland Trust and Postal Heritage and others. Her photography has been published in The Telegraph, The Guardian, on the BBC News website and on the cover of publications […]
BIBLIOGRAPHY Contributor: Sex. Death. Resurrection. A Literary/Arts Anthology. Seedpod Publishing, June, 2013.
Jeff Renfroe is a director, writer and producer of film, television and video art. His internationally co-produced debut feature film ONE POINT O was nominated for the Grand Jury Prize at the 2004 Sundance Film Festival and won five international festival awards. His second film CIVIC DUTY premiered at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival and […]
Jeremy Lynch is a Berlin-based experimental artist and photographer. Born in London, England and raised in Canada, Lynch’s exhibitions and installations have included the highly publicized “Containers Street Art”, “Ghost of Cairo”, “Human ein Daguerreotypie Projekt” and “Soup” projects. BIBLIOGRAPHY Contributor: Sex. Death. Resurrection. A Literary/Arts Anthology. Seedpod Publishing, June, 2013.
Karl Dunn is a screenwriter, blogger, and advertising agency creative director living in Los Angeles.
Katherine teaches creative nonfiction at NYU/SCPS and is the nonfiction editor at Guernica.
Kathryn Pope teaches writing at Antioch University Los Angeles, where she is director of The Bridge Program, providing no-cost college classes to low-income adults in Los Angeles.