Antibody Corporation is a non-profit organization specializing in mind-body and occult research.Work undertaken is guided by the MISSION. Research findings are presented in a variety of media, including performance, video, and text.
With Special Guest Readers, Camille Martin, Natalie Shapero, John M. Bennett, Wendy Lee Spacek and James Payne.
Camille Martin is the author four collections of poetry: Looms(forthcoming from Shearsman Books), Sonnets , Codes of Public Sleep , and Sesame Kiosk (out of print). A chapbook, If Leaf, Then Arpeggio , was recently released from Above/Ground Press.
Natalie Shapero‘s writing explores themes of trust, violence, and passivity in the natural and organized worlds. She began studying poetry in college, going on to receive an M.F.A. from Ohio State, where she was awarded a Presidential Fellowship from the Graduate School for outstanding work on a terminal degree project. She then attended law school at the University of Chicago, after which she worked as the Steven Gey Fellow in the Legal Department of Americans United for Separation of Church and State. Natalie’s poems have appeared in magazines and literary journals including The Kenyon Review, The New Republic, Poetry, and The Progressive, and her full-length collection, No Object, will be published by Saturnalia Books in 2013.
John M. Bennett is an experimental poet, curator of Ohio State University’s Avant-Writing collection, and publisher of Luna Bisonte Prods.
Wendy Lee Spacek is an Indianapolis-based poet, and author of “Oscines.”
James Payne, a Columbus poet, will be reading from “The Best of All Possible Worlds.”
Theme: “The Ides of March”
Submissions for this anthology are open from November 4, 2012 through December 1, 2012. All submissions must be made electronically via the website.
For more information and full guidelines visit the Columbus Creative Cooperative’s website.