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ASU Literary Magazines, Icehouse's Slideluck Potshow, and David Therrien Internships In This Week's Call for Entries

Superstition Review
ASU's online literary mag is accepting submissions for short fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and art for its seventh issue, which is scheduled to come out in May 2011. The deadline is March 31. For details, check out www.superstitionreview.com.

Canyon Voices: Journal for Emerging Writers and Artists
On the print end of things, ASU West's literary publication is seeking similar entries to Superstition Review, including short fiction, poetry, nonfiction, photography, and ten-minute scripts. Accepted submissions, which are due by March 1, will be published in the journal's spring 2011 issue. All you'd ever want to know can be found at canyonvoices.asu.edu/submission.

Slideluck Potshow @ Icehouse
The New York City-centric non-profit, which marries food and art in cities worldwide, will be making its Phoenix debut. The shindig - scheduled to take place on April 30 at the Icehouse, 429 West Jackson Street - will include home-cooked meals sculpted from local ingredients and individual slideshow-style presentations that are up to five minutes. The Icehouse is currently accepting submissions for the slideshow portion of the event. The deadline is March 21; Monorchid's Wayne Rainey and Method Art's Davin Lavikka are curating. More particulars can be found at this link.

David Therrien Art Internships
Phoenix-based artist is always looking for interns to help with his colossal light spectacles/installation. Along with unbeatable experience, residency and housing may be available. For more information, check this out. (Ignore the dates because applications are accepted on a rolling basis.)

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