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It’s been a decade in the making and seemingly much longer in the production, but at long last we have our 10th anniversary issue. Inside, you’ll find ten folios, each teeming with artwork and materials. Each folio features background photographs by Founding Editor/Art Editor Emeritus, Michael K. Mills. We offer you Poetics with 100 contemporary poets, Electronic Arts with meditations on where the past and future of arts online come from and point towards, the alternative traditions of Conceptual Fiction, Arts in Asia with a taste of work being produced in India, Bangladesh, Singapore and elsewhere,  a continuation of our look into Mis/Translation including the multimedia Cartagena Project, a section on VisPo and Cine-Poems that marries the visual and textual, a small dose of Nonfiction which is a precursor of things to come, a collaboration with Survival International on the plights and arts of Tribal Peoples whose culture and way of life is being threatened, an archival section dedicated to the pedagogy of the Black Mountain School (1933-1957) and our Best in Show, a look back at 10 years of Drunken Boat.

You can read more extensively about the folios here, and peruse our archives here.

Check back in this space periodically as this blog will continue to change and update, will include missives from our contributors and musings from our staff.

And lastly, a special thanks to our readers. From all of us at Drunken Boat, thank you. We couldn’t have made it these ten years without your support.

Here’s to ten more!

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Published Jul 05, 2009 - Comments Off

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