Sunday, April 14, 2013

Unhappy literary trends or manifesto of a new literary magazine

Not only the language but the ETHOS of the corporate world has taken possession of art and literature. Writers and artists must “brand” themselves (even cows understand the pitfalls of this). Poems, paintings, novels, and sculptures are start-up projects in need of investment. Imagination is, as ever, an unaffordable production cost.

Read the manifesto of SPOLIA,  new monthly literary magazine edited by Jessa Crispin

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