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[CALL FOR WRITERS]

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FOUR CHAMBERS + EYE LOUNGE EKPHRASTIC COLLABORATION

Four Chambers is proud to announce our partnership with local contemporary art space / collective eye lounge to pair 11 local authors with the members of eye lounge to produce original ekphrastic work in preparation for a show during Art Detour (opening Friday, March 18th, 2016).

For more information / to apply, please download and consult this Four Chambers Eye Lounge Collaboration Project Description. The application period closes Wednesday December 9th, 2015.

Let us know if you have any questions. Thanks!

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FOUR CHAMBERS 03 IS HERE!

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(facebook event for launch party here)

See you soon!

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ITS TIME TO RELEASE!

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(sample work + more information available at http://fourchamberspress.com/welcomehome)

See you there!

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SUGGESTED READING LIST – WEEK 7

We missed a week, and we’re sorry. But we’re back at it again! Enjoy a book of essays that will change your way of thinking, a haunting novel exploring the afterlife, and an obvious must-read from an obviously iconic writer.

we tell ourselves storiesWe Tell Ourselves Stories in Order to Live: Collected Essays
Joan Didion (2006)
This collection includes Didion’s groundbreaking Slouching Towards Bethlehem (1968) and The White Album (1979), which helped describe and define a generation. No one writes a sentence like Didion. Her voice is singular, ironic, iconic, smart, authoritative, and funny. Reading her take on 1968-era Haight-Ashbury will make you rethink everything you ever thought you knew about the American 60s.

Recommended by Katie Hae Leo – Associate Editor

 

 

 

The Ghost BrideThe Ghost Bride
Yangsze Choo
This is one of my all-time favorite stories. It follows Li Lan, a young woman from a respectable Chinese family in 1890’s Malaya, as she journeys through the afterlife. It’s an amazing novel.

Recommended by Nikita Boyer – Associate Editor

 

 

 

 

breakfast of championsBreakfast of Champions
Kurt Vonnegut
A favorite novel by Vonnegut is hard to choose, but when pressed, Breakfast of Champions is always the one I come back to. This novel, in my opinion, is the perfect representation of everything that made Vonnegut great–it is darkly humorous, fast-paced, absurd, illuminating in its exploration of the human condition, all while experimenting with and often exploding literary conventions.

Recommended by Jared Duran – Editor

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Keep the Heart of Literature Beating