T2i – Infinity (Photo credit: @Doug88888)
Infinity’s Kitchen is a graphic literary journal of experimental writing and art. The publication is online and in print. As they say, they are a kitchen or laboratory seeking new recipes! As with many of the calls for submissions that I receive, I review them and then I submit my own work to understand their process. To submit to Infinity’s Kitchen, go to the submissions page , scroll down the categories to find Visual Art, and complete the online form and upload your jpeg there.
Deadline: Sun Jun 30th, 2013
Infinity’s Kitchen Magazine
512 Cathedral Street #1
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
United States of America
In this video, the author of Seven Days in the Art World, Sarah Thornton, describes the contents of each of her book chapters– in a minute and 34 seconds.
There was a lot of buzz about Seven Days in the Art World when it was first released as a hardcover book a few years ago. The book later became available as a paperback and currently sells for $15.95. Surprisingly, the ebook version is listed at a higher print than print– on Google Books the ebook is priced at $24.95
A few months ago, I pre-ordered the book How To Sell Art by J. Jason Horejs, at a special discount price. The book arrived in the mail yesterday. The cover price is $24.95
I pulled the book from the envelope and snapped this pic of the book cover. The upper left edge is a little ragged. The book was sent in a padded envelope that showed no sign of damage so I am certain that this book was not damaged in transit.
In the introduction, the author makes important points on how all artists must also wear the hat of a salesperson and that one of the most common errors is “misprioritizing”–attending to some other task while ignoring interaction with a possible buyer.
The author’s Red Dot Blog has more art sales advice.
In the US, April is national poetry month. Yahoo! gave the assignment to write on a poet, which I accepted as one way to take part this year.
Mina Loy was the most original woman of her generation. The was a painter, sculptor, clothing and hat designer, model, actress, novelist, and poet.
The title of my article and link to the full article:
National Poetry Month: An Appreciation of the Poetry of Mina Loy–All the Rage Now