Vacant, dir. Michael Schammel El gran día en que decidimos olvidar las palabras (The great day when we decided to forget words), dir. Maria Florez The Rushes, part 1, part 2, dir. Ian Heames Pygmalion, dir. Camille van Zadelhoff
The Mays has now emerged in physical form, and you can get your hands on a copy by dropping an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Copies are £10. Featuring around 40 pieces of original work by contributors from Oxford and Cambridge, as … Continue reading
Tao Lin and Toby Litt will be guest editing the prose section of the Mays, and so join John Darnielle and Sebastiano Barrassi to complete the team of guest editors for 2012′s Mays XX. For more information, see Varsity’s article: http://www.varsity.co.uk/news/4700.
Prajwal Parajuly, whose work appeared in the most recent Mays, now has a book deal with Quercus. He is studying for a masters in creative writing at Oxford University, and talked with Chenting Zou about writing, his success, and the unlikely … Continue reading
John Darnielle and Sebastiano Barassi will be guest editing the poetry and visual arts section of the Mays XX. You can read all about it here: http://www.varsity.co.uk/news/4638.
The MAYS XX anthology submission deadline is looming but there’s still time to get submissions in for any of the Visual Arts, Poetry or Prose sections. This is a fantastic opportunity to see your work published, noticed by prestigious Guest … Continue reading
This year’s edition of The Mays, an anthology of the best new writing and artwork coming out of the universities of Oxford and Cambridge, will be expanding its scope and introducing its new category, cineMAYS. Accepting submissions that constitute any form of … Continue reading
On Wednesday, Jarvis Cocker was invited to read and speak about his lyrics at the Lady Mitchell Hall. The talk took in a huge number of subjects, such as the relation of poetry to songwriting, the writing process, and the … Continue reading
The Mays, an anthology of the best new writing and artwork coming out of Oxford and Cambridge, is taking submissions for its 2012 issue, the Mays XX. The theme this year is strangeness. Submissions of prose, poetry or visual art should … Continue reading