The Anglerfish (B) Submissions are Open Now!

Seeking comics, short prose (1500 words or less), and poetry on the theme The Internet. We’re looking for stories that explore connection, technology, and possibility. What’s your favorite thing about the World Wide Web? How do you think it could be different? When did you meet your first internet friend?

Submissions are due on August 30th, 2022.

The Anglerfish (A)

The first cycle of the Anglerfish was an ambitious, experimental radio collective made up of Jules Bradley, Phoebe Little, Anna Van Dine, Carly Peruccio, and myself (Camille Howard). We met monthly via Zoom to build our unique voices as audio storytellers, and follow our curiosity.

The Anglerfish (A) was partially supported by a grant from the Maine Arts Commission, funded by the National Endowment for the Arts.

TURN BACK TIME features stories from Jules Bradley and Anna Van Dine, with a cocktail recipe by John Pascarella.

Camille Howard is a writer and multi-disciplinary media artist who lives in Portland, Maine with their leopard gecko Nero. They’re the Program Coordinator at the Camden International Film Festival, a graduate of the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies and the Rochester Institute of Technology, and a recipient of the Springboard Artists Grant from the Maine Arts Commission.

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