The Green​ Lante​rn blog is seeki​ng submi​ssion​s,​ of revie​ws,​ ficti​on,​ ephem​era,​ essay​,​ found​ or lost texts​,​ or anyth​ing that falls​ in betwe​en those​ categ​ories​.​ We are looki​ng for short​ submi​ssion​s betwe​en 1 word and 2,​000 words​ appro​ximat​ely.​ Reading the blog is the best way to determine what we like and publish. Pleas​e send all submi​ssion​s to lantern.g@​gmail​.​com.

Thank​ you!

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12 Responses to “Submit”

  1. Cleo Says:

    hello green lantern

  2. mastadonzq Says:

    I like this blog a lot, it reminds me of my own in some ways. I particulary like your phrase “documenting America’s collective consciousness”. very apt…
    anyway you’re on my blogroll now

    -Alex
    http://onlygoodstuff.wordpress.com

  3. urbesque Says:

    Hey Alex-
    thanks for the shout out and especially for coming back. It’s always great to find that folks out there in the ether are enjoy what we’re up to-
    take care and happy thursdays
    caroline


  4. Forward Expeditions LLC has announced that John Huston (Chicago) and Tyler Fish (Ely, Minn.) reached the North Pole yesterday at 5:30 p.m. CST, becoming the first Americans to make an unsupported ski trek to the North Pole. Huston and Fish completed what many believe is the hardest trek on the planet on Day 54 of their Victorinox® North Pole ’09 Expedition, arriving just hours before the last evacuation flight was to depart from the Pole. Over the last four days, the Expedition battled fierce winds, low visibility, and a punishing sea-ice drift that acted like a treadmill and moved them further from the Pole whenever they stopped to eat or sleep. Faced with deteriorating sea ice conditions and an April 26 evacuation deadline, the Expedition team switched to a race-like schedule on April 22, catching one- to two-hour naps between 12-hour skiing shifts. This means that over the last 72 hours Huston and Fish have slept fewer than 6 hours, spending every remaining moment skiing and snowshoeing across the Arctic Ocean sea ice. At nearly a dozen points they encountered open leads of water where the ice sheet had fractured and pulled apart, and to traverse these leads Huston and Fish donned dry suits and swam across, pulling all of their gear along with them. Although they are both accomplished Nordic skiers, Huston and Fish felt the effects of this brutal schedule and arrived at the Pole exhausted but exhilarated. Having started the Expedition on March 2 with more than 650 pounds of food, fuel and gear, they had just one dinner, one breakfast, and part of a lunch remaining when they reached their destination.

  5. Alphacore Says:

    Hello I thought you might be interested in my music project i see your blog highlights experimental projects and artists.. I’m Gabriel aka Alphacore I produce and create experimental compositions with the use of live ruby coding,text_2_midi & other forms of computer generated music. If you like to check out my music i have a blog at http://compositions-of-alphacore.blogspot.com/ if your interested in exchanging links or just finding out more feel free to drop me a email back.

    Thank you for your time and look forward to chatting with in the near future.

    Gabriel Aka Alphacore


  6. –between 1 and 2000 words–Now–what ONE word would be worthy of submission? “WAR?” or ______?
    Am in the mindset to make such inquiry.

  7. rggblog Says:

    Very happy to see your interest in Frisch’s Man in the Holocene, a novel I feel has been overlooked. I don’t know if this is of interest, but I have just posted a long essay about Holocene here:

    http://rggblog.wordpress.com/2010/06/25/point-of-viewpoint-of%C2%A0viewfrisch/

    And thought I’d pass it on. There might be other material on the site of interest.

    rgg at /rggblog

  8. Daniel Romo Says:

    Hello,

    I’m looking to submit, but my gmail says the address was not recognized. Suggestions?

    Thanks,
    Daniel


  9. Dear Green Lantern Press,

    I tried sending an email directly, but the address wasn’t recognized. I am trying to get in touch with the author Nick Sarno. I would like to review his translation of A Season in Hell for Bookslut. I used to be friends with Nick in Pittsburgh and I wanted to contact him personally. If you could send me his email, or contact info., that’d be great.

    Thanks,

    Sabrina Small


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