The Still Point Issue III Launch Party

SATURDAY 6TH OCTOBER

6.00-9.00pm

Senate House Library, 3rd Floor (349), London, WC1E 7HU

We are excited to invite you to the launch party for the third issue of The Still Point Journal, Borders, featuring creative non-fiction, poetry and visual work, produced by researchers in London.

Join us for an evening of live readings and music at Senate House Library, London, and pick up a free copy of the print edition. We have a limited number of copies to gift to our launch party attendees, so come along to adopt your own!

This is a free event, however, we ask that attendees please REGISTER through our listing on Eventbrite.

[Join our Facebook event here for updates about the evening]

For Issue 3 of The Still Point Journal, we asked contributors to think creatively and radically about how borders play a part in our experience of life and work, both physically and metaphorically. We received responses on border crossings, geopolitical borders, boundaries and limitations in research, ideological borders, and borders between selves, in a range of formats which themselves played with the borders between forms and genres.

Issue 3 includes contributions from Dana Ariel, Colin Bancroft, Eoin Bentick, Marc Carver, Manos Charalabopoulos, Tianmei Chen, Chris Doyle, Grace Fearon, Tessa Glinoer, Kitty Ho, Virginia Koutla, and Jonathan Newhouse, and is designed by Azem William.

Sneak Peak at Issue 3…

 

 


The Still Point Journal is a literary journal for Arts and Humanities researchers in London, funded by the LAHP (London Arts & Humanities Partnership) and the AHRC. The Still Point aims to be a forum for dialogue, collaboration and experimentation, and offers a space for creatively writing through ideas in original forms.

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2 thoughts on “The Still Point Issue III Launch Party

  1. Clark Turner October 14, 2018 / 10:28 am

    Hi there
    How can I get a copy of issue3 please?
    Many thanks
    Clark

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    • The Still Point Journal October 26, 2018 / 1:48 pm

      Dear Clark,
      Thanks so much for getting in touch and for your interest in The Still Point. We’d be happy to send you a copy, but we ask that you pay the postage costs: if you could confirm your address, we can then calculate the postage costs.

      Thank you,
      Please send your address to: stillpointjournal@gmail.com

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